Maintain Your License

CPAs licensed in the state of New Jersey are required to renew their license every three years per the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy. They must show proof of having taken 120 hours of continuing professional education (CPE) by an approved CPE provider within the relevant triennial period, and it must  include a live New Jersey  Law & Ethics course. 

NJCPA helps CPAs in New Jersey manage their license renewal each triennial period. Our expansive selection of in-person and web-based CPE, our proprietary platform for tracking credits earned and our experienced staff available to answer questions and discuss issues eliminate much of the hassle associated with the administration of maintaining an active CPA license in New Jersey. 

Learn more about CPE requirements and the triennial license renewal.


 Should Accountants Be Allowed to Earn CPE on the Job?
 

Should Accountants Be Allowed to Earn CPE on the Job?

Posted: August 3, 2017
Are employers willing to let their accounting and finance professionals pursue CPE opportunities while on the clock? Not so much, it seems, according to a new survey from recruitment firm Robert Half Finance & Accounting.

The Changing CPE Landscape
 

The Changing CPE Landscape

Posted: January 24, 2017
New models of education are changing the way in which we learn and consume CPE. Here’s how the AICPA and NASBA are approaching these changes.

Retain Your CPE Records an Extra Year
 

Retain Your CPE Records an Extra Year

Posted: November 23, 2016
In anticipation of a periodic random audit, the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy is asking CPAs to retain their CPE records for an additional year.

Make the Most of Your Conference Budget
 

Make the Most of Your Conference Budget

Posted: May 13, 2016
Around this time each year CPAs across the nation start to plan how they can sharpen their skills and extend their network. To make the most of your conference time, here are five simple ways to enhance your experience.