ALABAMA
ETHICS
ALASKA
ETHICS
ARKANSAS
ETHICS
CALIFORNIA
ETHICS
COLORADO
ETHICS
CONNECTICUT
ETHICS
CNMI
ETHICS
DELAWARE
ETHICS
FLORIDA
ETHICS
Georgia
Ethics
Guam
Ethics 
HAWAII
ETHICS
IDAHO
ETHICS
ILLINOIS
ETHICS
INDIANA
ETHICS
IOWA
ETHICS
KANSAS
ETHICS
KENTUCKY
ETHICS
Louisiana
ETHICS
MAINE
ETHICS
MARYLAND
ETHICS
MASSACHUSETTS
ETHICS
MICHIGAN
ETHICS
MINNESOTA
ETHICS
MISSISSIPPI
ETHICS
MISSOURI
ETHICS
MONTANA
ETHICS
NEBRASKA
ETHICS
NEVADA
ETHICS
NEW HAMPSHIRE
ETHICS
NEW MEXICO
ETHICS
NEW YORK
ETHICS
NORTH
CAROLINA ETHICS
New
Jersey
ETHICS
North
Dakota
ETHICS
OHIO
ETHICS
OKLAHOMA
ETHICS
OREGON
ETHICS
PENNSYLVANIA
ETHICS
RHODE ISLAND
ETHICS
South
Carolina
ETHICS
South
Dakota
TENNESSEE
ETHICS
TEXAS
ETHICS
VERMONT
ETHICS
VIRGINIA
ETHICS
WASHINGTON
ETHICS
WEST VIRGINIA
ETHICS
WYOMING
ETHICS
WISCONSIN
ETHICS
District
of
Columbia
Ethics
ETHICS FOR CPAS:
ACCOUNTING/
AUDITING EMPHASIS
ETHICS FOR
CPAs: TAX EMPHASIS
INDEPENDENCE
UNDER
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CODE OF
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Alabama Ethics

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Alabama Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.
This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Alabama.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Alabama Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  4 hours

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ALASKA ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Alaska Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Alaska.
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  4 hours

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ARKANSAS ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Arkansas State Board of Public Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
NASBA Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


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CALIFORNIA ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the California Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours Please note: To renew a license in an active status, four hours of ethics education must be completed in the two-year period immediately preceding license expiration.

In addition, a two-hour Board-approved Regulatory Review course must be completed once every six years as a condition of active license renewal.

(A licensee's previous due date for the Professional Conduct and Ethics (PC&E) course will become the licensee's Regulatory Review course due date.) This course meets the four-hour ethics requirement however it does not meet the two-hour Board-approved Regulatory Review course requirement.

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COLORADO ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Colorado State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours Please note: This course does not meet the two-hour CR&R requirement applicable to new licensees.

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CONNECTICUT ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Connecticut State Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics.

In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Connecticut.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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CNMI ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the CNMI Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in CNMI .
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  4 hours

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DELAWARE ETHICS

This course has been specifically approved by the Delaware Board of Accountancy and fulfills the ethics requirement for its licensees.

In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Delaware.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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FLORIDA ETHICS

The Florida State Board of Public Accountancy has specifically approved this course for the study of ethics.

Completion of this course fulfills the ethics requirement for Florida licensees.

In addition to discussing state specific statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
NASBA Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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Georgia  Ethics

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Georgia Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Georgia.
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Regulatory Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  4 hours

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Guam Ethics 

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Guam Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Guam.
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Regulatory Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  2 hours

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HAWAII ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Hawaii Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
NASBA Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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IDAHO ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Hawaii Board of Public Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Please note: This course is valid for renewal purposes for Active Idaho licensees only.

This course does not replace the required course for new, reciprocity, reinstated or re-entry licensees to Active status offered exclusively by the Idaho State Board of Accountancy.

If you have any questions, please contact the Board staff.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit:4 hours

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ILLINOIS ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Illinois State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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INDIANA ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Indiana Board of Public Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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IOWA ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Iowa State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Iowa.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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KANSAS ETHICS

This course fulfills the two-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Kansas State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Kansas.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 2 hours

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KENTUCKY ETHICS

This course fulfills the two-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Kentucky State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Kentucky.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 2 hours

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Louisiana ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Louisiana  Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Louisiana .
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Louisiana  Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  4 hours

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MAINE ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Maine Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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MARYLAND ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Maryland State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Maryland.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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MASSACHUSETTS ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Massachusetts State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Massachusetts.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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MICHIGAN ETHICS

This course fulfills the two-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Michigan State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 2 hours

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MINNESOTA ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Minnesota State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Minnesota.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 8 hours

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MISSISSIPPI ETHICS

The Mississippi State Board of Public Accountancy has specifically approved this course for the study of ethics.

Completion of this course fulfills the ethics requirement for its licensees.

In addition to discussing state specific statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Mississippi.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics

Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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MISSOURI ETHICS

This course fulfills the two-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Missouri State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Missouri.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 2 hours

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MONTANA ETHICS

This course fulfills the two-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Montana Board of Public Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 2 hours

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NEBRASKA ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Nebraska State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Nebraska.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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NEVADA ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Nevada State Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Nevada.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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NEW HAMPSHIRE ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the New Hampshire Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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NEW MEXICO ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the New Mexico Public Accountancy Board.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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NEW YORK ETHICS

This course has been designed to meet the New York State Board of Regents' requirements for the study of ethics. Successful completion of this course will satisfy your New York ethics continuing professional education requirements. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.
This course reflects the rules and regulations of the New York Board.  It fulfills the ethics requirement of those New York CPAs who have elected to obtain their CPE credit from courses that are not based on a specific concentration.
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  4 hours

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NORTH CAROLINA ETHICS (Donwload Version)

New Regulations! Effective February 1, 2012, North Carolina CPAs are required to complete 2 hours of Regulatory Ethics
for their license renewal.

This course satisfies the Board's requirements for the study of ethics.

Successful completion of this course will satisfy your North Carolina ethics continuing professional education requirements.

This course is valid for renewal purposes for North Carolina CPAs only.

This course is not the Accountancy Law course required by 21 NCAC 08F.

0504 and does not qualify one to obtain an original or reciprocal certificate.

The Accountancy Law course required for certification is an 8-hour course and should not be confused with this two hour ethics course that is required for license renewal.

If you have any questions, please contact the CPA Board staff.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 2 hours

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New Jersey ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the New Jersey  Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in New Jersey .
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Regulatory Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  4 hours

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North Dakota ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the North Dakota Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in North Dakota.
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Regulatory Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  4 hours

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OHIO ETHICS

The Accountancy Board of Ohio has specifically approved this course for the study of ethics.

Completion of this course fulfills the ethics requirement for its licensees.

In addition to discussing state specific statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 3 hours

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OKLAHOMA ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Oklahoma Board of Public Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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OREGON ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Oregon Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours Please note: This course does not meet the state-specific Board-registered requirement applicable to first renewals.

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PENNSYLVANIA ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the Pennsylvania State Board of Public Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
NASBA Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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RHODE ISLAND ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Rhode Island Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Rhode Island.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics

Recommended CPE Credit: 6 hours

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South Carolina ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the South Carolina  Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in South Carolina  .
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: South Carolina  Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  6 hours

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South Dakota 

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Guam Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Guam.
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Regulatory Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  2 hours

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TENNESSEE ETHICS

This course has been specifically approved by the Tennessee State Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics.

Completion of this course fulfills the ethics requirement for its licensees.

In addition to discussing state specific statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics

Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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TEXAS ETHICS

This course has been approved by the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy's requirements for the study of ethics.

It satisfies the requirements for the study of ethics that became effective on January 1, 2005.

This course will satisfy your Texas ethics continuing professional education requirement for initial applicants and license renewals.

In addition to discussing state specific statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidelines prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

In addition to the above, the Texas CPA will learn how to apply ethical reasoning skills to ethical dilemmas encountered in their unique work environment.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics

Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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VERMONT ETHICS

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Vermont State Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics.

In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in Vermont.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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VIRGINIA ETHICS

New for 2012! This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the Virginia Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics.

In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

The Virginia CPA will learn the similarities and differences between national and state guidelines for ethics and professional dealings.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 2 hours

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WASHINGTON ETHICS

This course has been specifically approved by the Washington State Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics.

Successful completion of this course will satisfy your Washington ethics continuing professional education requirements.

In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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WEST VIRGINIA ETHICS

This course fulfills the four-hour ethics requirement mandated by the West Virginia Board of Accountancy.

It discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Finally, this course discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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WYOMING ETHICS

This four hour course has been specifically approved by the Wyoming Board of Certified Public Accountants as satisfying the requirements for the study of ethics.

In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regualtions, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 hours

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WISCONSIN ETHICS

Not need CPE

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District of Columbia Ethics

This course fulfills the ethics requirement mandated by the District of Columbia Board of Accountancy for the study of ethics. In addition to discussing state specific accountancy statutes and regulations, additional ethical guidance prescribed by national standard setters such as the AICPA, SEC, PCAOB and the Treasury Department are also discussed.

This course provides the participant a clear understanding of the requirements and expectations of CPAs practicing in District of Columbia.
Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: District of Columbia Ethics
Recommended CPE Credit:  4 hours

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ETHICS FOR CPAS: ACCOUNTING/AUDITING EMPHASIS

This course discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses the topic of independence, as promulgated by both the AICPA and the SEC/PCAOB.

Please Note: This is a general ethics course.

It can be used in addition to specific state required ethics courses.

It is not a substitute for specific state required ethics courses.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 Hours

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ETHICS FOR CPAs: TAX EMPHASIS

This course discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

This course also discusses ethical guidance for tax practitioners.

Specific topics discussed include Circular 230, as well as additional ethical requirements mandated by the AICPA and the Treasury Department.

Please Note: This is a general ethics course.

It can be used in addition to specific state required ethics courses.

It is not a substitute for specific state required ethics courses.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics


Recommended CPE Credit: 4 Hours

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INDEPENDENCE UNDER SARBANES-OXLEY

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 introduced the most sweeping reform affecting the practice of public accounting in decades.

Although the legislation affected many areas of corporate governance, this course addresses those aspects of the legislation affecting the independence of the outside auditors.

This course should be required reading for all CPAs actively involved in the practice of accounting and financial reporting.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Field of Study: Regulatory Ethics
Course Format: Downloadable PDF
Recommended CPE Credit: 6 hours

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THE AICPA CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

This course discusses the AICPA's Code of Conduct, which Boards of Accountancy generally require their licensees to abide by even when not a member of the AICPA.

The Code of Conduct was promulgated by the AICPA to give guidance and prescribe ethical conduct parameters for all CPAs, regardless of career path.

Course Prerequisite: None
Course Level: Basic
Category Subject: Ethics


Please Note: This is a general ethics course.

It can be used in addition to specific state required ethics courses.

It is not a substitute for specific state required ethics courses.

Recommended CPE Credit: 2 Hours

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