Continuing Professional Education
Once you fulfill your goal of becoming a CPA, you'll need to meet state requirements for Continuing Professional Education (CPE). Requirements vary by state, but in most cases you'll need to earn about 40 CPE credits per year to maintain your CPA credential. Not only is Surgent a top provider of CPA Review, but Surgent is also a 30-year leader in CPE for CPAs and other financial professionals, so you'll be able to stick with the company you've trusted for your exam prep as you make your way through all stages of your accounting career.
To maintain your professional accreditation and stay fully informed on new laws, accounting standards, court rulings, and more, you'll be able to choose from Surgent unlimited CPE packages, self-study courses, live webinars, and live seminars. For over 30 years, we have been a top CPE partner of state societies of CPAs and many of the nation's top accounting firms. Surgent is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of CPE on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors and as a QAS Self-Study provider.
Here are some links that may be helpful as you begin to research options for CPE:CPE Ethics Courses by State Understanding CPE for CPA Selecting CPE Courses CPE for CPA Online - Choosing the Right Provider Saving Time with CPE Online Courses Calculating Self-Study Credits in Accounting Education for CPAs CPA CPE Webinars: Group Internet-Based vs. Self-Study/On-Demand Options to Earn CPE Credits Enrolling in Online CPE Seminars Current Requirements for CPE Credits Defining Skill Level in CPE Courses for CPAs Accounting CPE Courses for Professional Development What to Expect From Providers of CPA CPE Courses