New Jersey CPE Requirements for CPAs

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New Jersey requires CPE Sponsors to be registered with NASBA.   Our courses are not accepted by the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy.



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Fun Facts

Statistically there are about 8,806
CPAs in New Jersey


With a requirement of 40 CPE Hours, that means that New Jersey CPAs spend around 352,020 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, New Jersey would produce an additional 64 Boeing 737s a year!  That's over six month's production for ALL of Boeing's Plants Nationwide from New Jersey ALONE!


Cities in New Jersey with the most CPAs


..Newark ~ 277 CPAs (11,086 CPE Credits)
Jersey City ~ 248 CPAs (9,904 CPE Credits)

Paterson ~ 146 CPAs (5,848 CPE Credits)

.Elizabeth ~ 125 CPAs (4,999 CPE Credits)

Edison ~ 103 CPAs (4,102 CPE Credits)
Toms River ~ 89 CPAs (3,552 CPE Credits)
Trenton ~ 85 CPAs (3,397 CPE Credits)
Clifton ~ 84 CPAs (3,365 CPE Credits)
Camden ~ 77 CPAs (3,094 CPE Credits)
Cherry Hill ~ 70 CPAs (2,819 CPE Credits)

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We are required to take our Ethics courses every year and although these are important to remind us of an essential part of our work that if damaged, could destroy our career and possibly our organization. But these courses tend to become repetitive and mundane. I particularly liked this course for its case studies. One is about a female executive at Enron and her role prior to the Enron demise. The author makes you really think about how ethical is really ethical. If you take the course I think you’ll understand what I mean. Maintaining complete ethical behavior towards your organization, your clients, and the public is very difficult sometimes and I think you have to totally step back to see your situation most clearly in order to do what’s right.
This is a nice course which helped me get my required CPE.
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