About CPE

Continuing professional education is the backbone of maintaining an active CPA license in the state of New Jersey. The NJCPA is a licensed provider of quality CPE, and we offer hours of live and self-study learning to help New Jersey CPAs keep their license active. 

With more than 300 live seminars, 25 conferences and countless web-based learning sessions, NJCPA members find us a cost-effective and convenient source for CPE.  


 

The Rules Have Changed for New Jersey CPAs
 

The Rules Have Changed for New Jersey CPAs

Posted: October 29, 2019
The rules and regulations that govern CPAs in New Jersey — the Accountancy Act and the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy regulations — have recently gone through long-awaited updates. If you’re a New Jersey CPA, or aspiring to become one, make sure you’re aware of the most significant changes.


State Board Adopts New Regulations
 

State Board Adopts New Regulations

Posted: September 12, 2019
On Sept. 3, the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy adopted new regulations impacting the CPA profession, licensing and registered CPA firms. The changes, which are effective immediately, address areas such as the technical CPE credit requirement, new formats for CPE and peer review exemption requests.

13 Tips for Maximizing the Value of Conferences
 

13 Tips for Maximizing the Value of Conferences

Posted: August 8, 2019
You need to be strategic to make the most of conferences and seminars you attend. Here are 13 tips for success, including establishing relationships before the event.

CPE: Go Beyond Counting Credits
 

CPE: Go Beyond Counting Credits

Posted: May 28, 2019
In this day and age, information is coming at us so quickly that it seems to be changing by the minute. It’s time to leverage CPE for more than just compliance. Incorporating CPE into our daily routine must become the standard for CPAs in practice.

6 Things to Know About Recent Changes to the Accountancy Act
 

6 Things to Know About Recent Changes to the Accountancy Act

Posted: March 18, 2019
On Jan. 31, 2019, Governor Murphy signed into law numerous changes to the Accountancy Act of 1997 that bring New Jersey’s laws up to date with other states/jurisdictions and the Uniform Accountancy Act. So, how do these statutory changes affect the state’s CPAs?