Free CPE for Members

Complimentary Ethics Course for Members

CPE Hours: 4
CPA members have access to a FREE, online, on-demand, TSBPA-approved ethics course as a benefit of membership. It’s now easier than ever before to meet your 4-hour ethics requirement for licensing! The course is valid upon membership renewal (or join) date for the 2020-21 fiscal year until May 31, 2021. Members who renew should receive an email containing a hyperlink to this course after payment is processed.

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Covid and Financial Data Security 101

FREE CPE Webcast
Oct. 29, 2020 | 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
CPE Hours:  1
Cyber criminals around the world are undoubtedly capitalizing on this crisis and attacks on companies have spiked dramatically. 60% of companies that fall victim to these attacks don’t survive. In this presentation we will teach you how to better protect yourself and the best practices to ensure that your business doesn’t fall prey to future attacks.



Disaster Recovery and Resilience Webcast Replay

CPE Hours: 1
If you missed the disaster recovery webcast hosted by TXCPA and CalCPA, you can now access the FREE, on-demand replay!  This timely webcast focuses on how CPAs can advise clients and expedite their financial recovery during natural and personal disasters.



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Professional Issues Update

Upcoming FREE CPE Webcast
CPE Hours: 2  |  January 2021 
This popular complimentary offering helps members stay on top of the latest issues facing accounting professionals and the clients and companies they serve – all conveniently accessed online.


Need More CPE ?

$15 member fee | CPE hours: 1
It isn't free, but the self-study CPE articles published in Today's CPA magazine are inexpensive and convenient. Knock out an hour of CPE whenever it works with your schedule. Simply register to gain access to a self-study quiz and earn one hour of continuing professional education credit by passing the quiz related to certain Today's CPA articles.

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