Ethics and Professional Conduct for New Hampshire CPAs (CPE)

Exam Questions: 20
Course Level: Basic
Pages: 108 | Content: 100, Supplemental: 8
NASBA Area of Study: Regulatory Ethics
Not Acceptable for: Enrolled Agents
Version: 4600U

This course is designed to meet the specific ethics requirements for the state of New Hampshire. It covers the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, the New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules, and IRS Circular 230. PLEASE NOTE: Not acceptable for Enrolled Agents. All course material provided. No prerequisites. Course level: Basic.

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Course Information

Table of Contents
  • Chapter 1: The AICPA Code of Professional Conduct
  • Chapter 2: New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules on Ethics
  • Chapter 3: IRS Circular 230
  • To recognize the rules of the Code of Professional Conduct
  • To recall New Hampshire's Code of Administrative Rules related to ethics
  • To identify the Internal Revenue Service Requirements as outlined in Circular 230

PLEASE NOTE: CPE credit measurement is based on NASBA Registry and QAS guidelines of one credit for every 50 minutes. Credit calculation may vary in different states — check with your State Board of Accountancy. Unless otherwise noted in the specific course description, no advanced preparation is required in order to register or complete any PES CPE course. Use of materials or services provided by Professional Education Services, LP ("PES") are governed by the Terms and Conditions stated on PES' website www.mypescpe.com. PES provides these courses with the understanding that it is not providing any accounting, legal, or other professional advice and assumes no liability whatsoever in connection with its use. PES has used diligent efforts to provide quality information and material to its customers, but does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, timeliness, completeness, or currency of the information contained herein. Ultimately, the responsibility to comply with applicable legal requirements falls solely upon the individual licensee, not PES. PES encourages you to contact your state Board for the latest information and to confirm or clarify any questions or concerns you have regarding your duties or obligations as a licensed professional.