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New Jersey CPA CPE Requirements

NASBA CPE Sponsor ID: 109414

New Jersey's Acceptance: New Jersey accepts courses from providers that are members of NASBA's National Registry of CPE Sponsors.

Required New Jersey CPA CPE Hours

Required CPE Hours for New Jersey CPAs

120 hours of CPA CPE are required every 3-year license period, with a minimum of 20 CPE hours annually

New Jersey CPA CPE Subject Area Requirements

CPA Ethics: 4 hours New Jersey law and ethics CPE (within 6 months of licensure and every license term)
Technical Subjects: Minimum of 72 CPE hours. Subjects include: Accounting; Auditing, including but not limited to, review, compilation and attest standards; Business Law; Computer Science; Economics; Finance; Management Advisory Services; Mathematics, Statistics, etc.; SEC Practice; Taxation; and Professional Ethics
Accounting and Auditing CPE: Minimum of 24 CPE hours

New Jersey CPA Renewal

Repetition and Carryover

New Jersey CPA CPE Course Requirements

New Jersey CPA CPE Exam Requirements

Reporting and New Jersey CPA CPE Certificates of Completion

New Jersey CPA Contact Info

New Jersey State Board of Accountancy

NASBA Registry

WebCE® provides information as a courtesy to individuals who are subject to continuing professional education (CPE) as CPAs, PAs, and Licensed accountants. Although reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the information provided here is accurate and current, neither WebCE nor its employees warrant or represent that this information is accurate and current. Since regulations are constantly changing, we suggest you check with your state’s board to answer any questions or confirm any information.
Last updated on 2/20/2019