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Fall 2012
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Have You Seen The New NASBA CPE Standards?

The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) has certification standards for entities providing Continuing Professional Education (CPE). Due to each chapter being a separate legal entity, chapters cannot use The IIA’s NASBA certification number when providing CPE programming. Each chapter needs to decide if they would like to be a NASBA-certified sponsor of continuing professional education. There is an annual fee and verification process for NASBA certification. Please visit the NASBA website for additional information specific to your state.
 

While chapters are not required to be NASBA certified, some chapters find the certification a useful way to gain the participation of Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) at chapter events. CPAs can still submit their CPE certificates from IIA chapter meetings and while we cannot guarantee your individual state’s acceptance of non-NASBA certified events, there is a strong possibility of acceptance if NASBA standards are followed during the event. The NASBA CPE standards were updated in 2012. Visit the NASBA website to view the standards.