About Continuing Professional Education: Accounting
CCAC's accounting program gives you access to continuing education credits in order to renew your biennial license. Certified public accountants must log a minimum of 20 hours annually of Continuing Professional Education but accumulate a total of 80 hours in a two-year span. The accounting program courses are targeted to certified public accountants, public accountants, enrolled agents and other tax practitioners.
- Assisting Your Client in Selling Their Business
- Write-up Services
- TEC and You
- Evaluating College Savings Alternatives
- Employee vs. Independent Contractor Status
- Managing Investment Risk
- Business Tax Seminar
- Internal Revenue Service Audits, Appeals and Tax Court
- Business Valuations
- Basic Financial Analysis
- Portfolio Management Strategies for a Volatile Market
- Auditing and Fraud
- Professional Ethics
- Advanced Issues for Tax Exempt Organizations
- Managing Nonprofit Organizations Like a Business
Call Non Credit Registration
Register in Person
Walk in to any CCAC campus between 9:00AM to 4:00PM, hours may vary by campus. VISA, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express, cash or check is accepted.
Register by Mail
Print and complete the registration form on brochure.
Mail check or money order to:
CCAC West Hills Center,
1000 McKee Road, Room N1200,
Oakdale PA 15071-1099
Students who wish to withdraw from a class must do so by the end of the last business day before the class starts. No refund of tuition, non-credit registration fees or materials fees shall be granted unless such materials are returned unused. Project Management Boot Camp operates as a cohort within a learning community and the schedule is sometimes subject to adjustment upon agreement of the majority of the learning cohort.
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