You can earn up to 40 CPE credits while you get up-to-date on the latest accounting topics. Expand your knowledge with engaging, application-oriented presentations scheduled each morning presented by industry-leading experts. Each conference features course tracks suited for both public and industry accountant CPE requirements, so you can focus on the topics you need. Take advantage of our group discounts for reduced prices when sending five or more members of your team.
Spend your afternoon sightseeing with your guests, or relax on your own. Our on-site team will be there to help you get the most from your conference experience, including access to exclusive tours and memorable, local activities. Can’t decide which location to visit? Use your multi-day registration in one location, or divide your registration to attend two or more locations for a shorter time. For answers to common questions about this opportunity, visit our Conference FAQs.
Discover why Western CPE’s Courses and Conferences have remained number one in accounting and finance destination CPE for more than two decades.
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