Tennessee CPE Requirements for CPAs

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Tennessee requires CPE Sponsors to be registered with NASBA.  

Our courses are not accepted by the Tennessee State Board of Accountancy.


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Fun Facts

Statistically there are about 6,546
CPAs in Tennessee


With a requirement of 40 CPE Hours, that means that Tennessee CPAs spend around 261,840 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, Tennessee would produce an additional 47 Boeing 737s a year!  That's over four month's production for ALL of Boeing's Plants Nationwide from Tennessee ALONE!


Cities in Tennessee with the most CPAs


..Memphis ~ 647 CPAs (25,876 CPE Credits)
New South Memphis~642 CPAs 25,664 CPE Credits

Nashville ~ 531 CPAs (21,234 CPE Credits)

..Knoxville~ 179 CPAs (7,155 CPE Credits)

Chattanooga ~ 168 CPAs (6,707 CPE Credits)
East Chattanooga ~ 154 CPAs (6,161 CPE Credits)
Clarksville ~ 133 CPAs (5,327 CPE Credits)
Murfreesboro ~ 109 CPAs (4,350 CPE Credits)
Jackson ~ 65 CPAs (2,608 CPE Credits)
Johnson City ~ 63 CPAs (2,526 CPE Credits)

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