Georgia CPE Requirements for CPAs

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Our courses are accepted by the Georgia Board of Accountancy for CPE credit.  The State of Georgia does not pre-approve either CPE sponsors or individual courses. Our courses are written and administered following guidelines published by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Georgia Board of Accountancy.


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Fun Facts

Statistically there are about 8,684
CPAs in Georgia


With a requirement of 40 CPE Hours, that means that Georgia CPAs spend around 347,388 hours on CPE to maintain their certification PER YEAR!


Boeing 737s take about 5,500 hours to build, so if CPAs built airplanes instead of doing CPE, Georgia would produce an additional 63 Boeing 737s a year!  That's over a month's production for ALL of Boeing's Plants Nationwide from Georgia ALONE!


Cities in Georgia with the most CPAs


..Atlanta ~ 420 CPAs (16,800 CPE Credits)
..Columbus ~ 190 CPAs (7,595 CPE Credits)

Savannah ~ 136 CPAs (5,451 CPE Credits)

..Athens ~ 117 CPAs (4,669 CPE Credits)

Sandy Springs ~ 94 CPAs (3,754 CPE Credits)
Macon ~ 91 CPAs (3,654 CPE Credits)
Roswell ~ 88 CPAs (3,534 CPE Credits)
Albany~ 77 CPAs (3,097 CPE Credits)
Johns Creek ~ 77 CPAs (3,069 CPE Credits)
Warner Robins ~ 67 CPAs (2,664 CPE Credits)

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Ridiculously NOT up to date. Mr. Santuci dropped the ball on this one. (dial up modem?s) Also disjointed at the test level.rnrnSome one needs to go thru this and eliminate the late 1990's language, references etc.rnrnI'll pass on completing this one.
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