CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR TAX & FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS

All New and Current customers who purchase the Premium, Plus, or Core (Total Value Package) 2021 Federal Tax Update or the 2021 Federal and California Update will get the Tax Advisory Complement Bundle for free.

NOTE:

  • New Federal Tax Update customers will get an immediate email with a coupon code for the free course once their Tax Update purchase is complete.
  • Current Customers that purchased the Premium, Plus, or Core (Total Value Package) 2021 Federal Tax Update will get an email with a coupon code to get the Tax Advisory Complement Bundle for free.

New Jersey

State CPE Requirements

State Board Website:

https://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/acc/Pages/continuingeducation.aspx

License Renewal Deadline:

12/31 every three years

CPE Reporting Period:

1/1 to 12/31 triennially, reporting 2020, 2023, 2026, 2029, etc.

Total CPE Hours Required:

120 hours

Minimum CE Hours per year:

20 hours

Ethics Requirements:

Four (4) hours in New Jersey law and ethics approved by the Board.

Credit Limitations:

• Blended Learning: Sponsors must be registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).
• Instruction: 60 hours maximum. An instructor or discussion leader employed as an instructor or discussion leader on a full-time basis cannot obtain continuing professional education credit for instruction.
• Marketing: Courses related to the development of a licensee’s practice or the marketing of services are not accepted.
• Nano Learning: Sponsors must be registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).
• Published Materials: 30 hours maximum for authorship.
• Reviewer: 60 hours maximum for technical review or peer review program committee participation.
• Self-Study: Sponsors must be registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).
• University/College: Events shall only receive credit for subject areas that are categorized as technical.
• Fields of Study: This jurisdiction has a rule(s) placing limitations on certain subject areas or requiring a certain number of credits within a certain subject area or group of subject areas. Confirmation with the Board of the impact of the changes included in the new Fields of Study document, which went into effect September 1, 2016, is included in this analysis.

Other Subject Area Requirements:

• 60 hours in Technical Subjects: Accounting; Auditing, including but not limited to, review, compilation and attest standards; Business Law; Computer Science; Economics; Finance; Management Advisory Services; Mathematics, Statistics, etc.; SEC Practice; Taxation; and Professional Ethics. Any of these subjects may be in specialized industries.
• 24 hours in Auditing, Review and Compilation if engaged in the practice of public accountancy or involved in the attest function.

Other State Policies:

Providers: Program sponsors must register with the Board. The following are exempt from registering with the Board:
• Accredited universities or colleges;
• National and state professional organizations;
• Federal and state government agencies; and
• Sponsors registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)