Colorado CPA Requirements for Continuing Education

Posted by Braden Norwood on 5/22/20 10:21 AM

CO CPA CPE Requirements

Many business professional are licensed members of various organizations that certify them for certain skills and abilities, sometimes because licensure is required for a specific practice but also because it demonstrates hard work and prestige. For most of these certifications, there is a requirement for individual members to actively report on their attempts to stay up-to-date with key industry topics and advancements, and a primary way of doing this is by completing various continuing education courses or participating in learning-oriented activities, though the specifics of these stipulations vary by organization and location. For example, certified public accountants, or members of the AICPA, who practice in Colorado are required to renew their license every two years, and must complete 80 hours of professional continuing education each recertification period.

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Topics: AICPA, continuing education, CPA, cpe, continuing education requirements, Colorado, license renewal

VA CPA Requirements for Continuing Education

Posted by Braden Norwood on 5/9/20 10:54 PM

CPE Requirements for CPAs in Virginia

Continuing education is a vital component for maintaining a professional license or designation, because it certifies an individual is up-to-date with changes in their industry as well as demonstrating their professional competence and ability to provide quality service. Members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) who are located in Virginia are required to renew their license every three years, and must complete 20 hours of professional continuing education per year and 120 hours every recertification period.

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Topics: AICPA, CPA, cpe, continuing education requirements, license renewal, Virginia

Florida CPA Requirements for Continuing Education

Posted by Braden Norwood on 5/5/20 4:32 PM

Florida's CPE Requirements for CPAs

Most people who have built careers in professional business are familiar with the topic of continuing education, as it helps to inform regarding changes to industries and sharpen skills that might otherwise lack definition. Businesspersons who are certified with a professional organization, who maintain a designation, are generally required to meet continuing education requirements on a regular basis, stretched out over a set length of time. One accrediting organization, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), certifies over 430,000 individuals. However, since each state is governed by a state board, the Florida Board of Accountancy is responsible for dictating the specific requirements for resident CPAs in their jurisdiction. As such, CPAs in Florida are required to renew their licenses every three years, and must complete a total of 80 hours per recertification period.

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Topics: AICPA, continuing education, CPA, cpe, continuing education requirements, Florida, license renewal

NY CPA Requirements for Continuing Education

Posted by Braden Norwood on 4/30/20 4:16 PM

CPE Requirements for CPAs in New York

Continuing education is a vital component for maintaining a professional license or designation, because it certifies an individual is up-to-date with changes in their industry as well as demonstrating their professional competence and ability to provide quality service. Members of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) who are located in New York are required to renew their license every three years, and must complete 40 hours per year, for a total of 120 hours per recertification period.

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Topics: AICPA, continuing education, CPA, cpe, New York, continuing education requirements, license renewal

Flexible Work Schedule: Pros & Cons

Posted by Vaughn Pourchot on 4/2/20 10:00 AM

 

How cool is it we are fortunate enough to live in world where we are no longer limited to accomplishing all of our work from the confines of an office? Working from home is a blessing, but it is not for everyone. There are many factors management must consider before giving their employees this liberty.

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Topics: AICPA, APA, ASAE, career guidance, Flexible Work, HRCI, SHRM, technology, Time Management, Work Schedules

Marketing Automation vs. Traditional Marketing

Posted by Vaughn Pourchot on 3/26/20 9:00 AM

 

When you consider marketing automation, it's easy to think about how far the world of marketing has evolved over the last century. We could even go back 1,000 years if we wanted but we're going to focus on the last 100 years since it encompasses the advent of radios, television, computers and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning.

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Topics: AICPA, APA, Artificial Intelligence, ASAE, HRCI, marketing, online education, online marketing, SHRM, technology

Buyer's Remorse: Everyone has a story

Posted by Vaughn Pourchot on 3/19/20 9:00 AM

Regretful Purchases

Who doesn't have a story they continue to tell about a regretful purchase? We are used to hearing people reference 'Buyer's Remorse' when speaking about large purchases along the lines of homes and cars. However, this concept can apply to any purchase, all the way down to a $10 trinket. 

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Topics: AICPA, APA, ASAE, buyer beware, buyer's remorse, CPA, earbuds, headphones, HRCI, refund, SHRM, technology

Why Vacation is Important

Posted by Caitlyn Norwood on 11/27/18 9:00 AM

 

It's easy to forget why vacation is important. You've come to the end of the year and have worked hard to make a living. You were a faithful employee, giving your time in and out of office hours. When someone needed off, you covered for them. When you needed a break, you pushed through to show your commitment to your team. To top it all off, you donated over $500 back to your employer.

What if I told you this scenario was true for 52% of Americans? 

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Topics: AICPA, APA, ASAE, happiness, HRCI, SHRM, vacation, paid time off

Why Find a Work Life Balance?

Posted by Vaughn Pourchot on 11/20/18 10:00 AM

Work Life - Greatest Source of Stress

Surprise, surprise - as if you hadn't already guessed. According to Steve L. Sauter of the Nation Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the workplace has become the single greatest source of stress. This is exactly what a healthy work life balance can alleviate if executed correctly. 

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Topics: AICPA, APA, ASAE, Business, Business Talk, happiness, HRCI, personal health, SHRM, Work Schedules, efficiency

Political Divides in the Workplace

Posted by Vaughn Pourchot on 10/29/18 10:00 AM

 

As society entered the Information Age, everyone seemingly became an 'Armchair Politician' and began discussing politics at work. "You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." The great Winston Churchill once said this to a journalist, as the story goes. I've always admired this quote and thought it introduced a great principal to live by - stand up for what you believe in. Little did I realize what this motto could snowball into.  

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Topics: AICPA, APA, ASAE, Business Talk, HRCI, SHRM, politics

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