Effective with the 2012 CPE reporting year, each licensee must secure 4 hours of ethics credit as a part of the 120-hour 3-year requirement.
A program in Ethics includes topics such as ethical reasoning, state-specific statutes and rules, and standards of professional conduct, including those of other applicable regulatory bodies.
The following list of course providers and/or courses are accepted by the West Virginia Board of Accountancy for CPE credit in ethics: (other courses or providers may qualify -- please check with the Board office)
On Tuesday, September 4, 2018, Governor Jim Justice appointed two new members to the West Virginia Board of Accountancy.
At the October 19, 2017 board meeting, the Board adopted the following CPE Waiver Policy.
Listed below are important TIPS AND TRICKS for smooth CPE filing.
Watch your email this week for instructions on how to report your CPE on the Board's e-licensing system.