Continuing Education Opportunities

The conference qualifies for CLE, CPE and CAE continuing education. The amount of continuing education at the 2018 Washington Non-Profit Legal & Tax Conference is shown below. The conference does not apply for other continuing education such as CFP or EA (enrolled agents). You can check with these agencies to see if you can submit for accreditation as an individual.

NASBA Statement (CPE Accreditation):

Washington Non-Profit Tax Conference is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.


Approvals  from the 2017 Conference shown below
(amounts for the 2018 Conference will most likely be a little less than the 2017 amounts)

( CE for the 2018 conference will be posted starting January 2018 )

 

CPE
NASBA 23.0 including 2.0 for Accounting Ethics
CLE
Alabama 18.3 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Alaska Alaska Bar members may claim credit for attendance at CLE programs offered in other states if the program is approved by another MCLE accredited jurisdiction.
Arkansas Accepts reciprocal
California Accepts reciprocal
Colorado 22.0 including 2.4 Legal Ethics
Deleware 18.3 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Florida 22.0 including 2.5 Legal Ethics
Georgia 18.3 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Idaho 17.25 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Iowa 18.0 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Illinois Attendees will need to submit to IL for accreditation
Indiana 18.3 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Kansas 18.0 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Kentucky Did not apply for KY accreditation for 2016, will need to submit as an individual
Louisiana 18.25 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Maine Did not apply
Minnesota Standard- 16.75, Legal Ethics- 2.0
Mississippi 18.0 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Missouri 21.6 including 2.4 Legal Ethics
Montana Did not apply
Nebraska 18.25 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Nevada Did not apply for NV accreditation for 2016, will need to submit as an individual
New Hampshire Did not apply
New Mexico Attendees will need to submit to NM for accreditation as an individual
North Carolina pending
North Dakota 19.0 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
New jersey Accepts reciprocal
Ohio 18.0 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Oklamoma 19.5 including 2.5 Legal Ethics
Oregon Did not apply
Pennsylvania 19.0 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Rhode Island Attendees will need to submit to RI for accreditation
South Carolina 18.0 including 2.0 Ethics
Tennessee 19.0 including 2.0 Dual Hours
Texas 19.25 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Utah 18.0 including 2.0 Legal Ethics
Vermont Did not apply
Virginia Due to new VA rules, attendees will need to sumbit individually for credit. We will help provide information you need to submit.
Washington Did not apply
West Virginia Did not apply
Wisconsin Did not apply
Wyoming Did not apply

 

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