Vermont CPE Requirements
BOARD INFORMATION FOR REFERRALS:
Vermont Board of Public Accountancy
89 Main Street, 3rd Floor
Montpelier, VT 05620
Phone: (802) 828-2373
Fax: (802) 828-2465
DO PES COURSES QUALIFY FOR CPE IN THE STATE OF VERMONT? YES!
Vermont accepts courses from NASBA sponsors. Their rules indicate that ALL CPE must adhere to the statement of standards issued by the AICPA and NASBA. Professional Education Services, LP (PES) is registered with NASBA (#103592) on the National Registry of CPE sponsors and has issued credits in the state of Vermont without any problems.
LICENSE RENEWAL INFORMATION:
LICENSE EXPIRATION INFORMATION:
- Biennially 7/31/odd years. (Next expiration 7/31/2023 then 7/31/2025 and so on)
CPE COMPLETION DUE BY:
SELF STUDY CREDIT HOURS:
Credits granted for PES courses are based on the AICPA and NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy) statement of standards which grant 1 CPE credit for every 50-minutes of study time. Vermont recognizes the same credit measurement.
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE SELF STUDY CREDITS: 100%
ACCEPTABLE AREAS OF STUDY:
Accounting and auditing, taxation, management, information technology (used to be computer science), ethics; mathematics, statistics, probability and quantitative applications in business, economics, business law, functional fields of business, including finance, production, marketing, personnel relations, and business management and organization; and specialized areas of industry. It then states: "other areas may be acceptable if the applicant can demonstrate they contribute to their professional competence."
NASBA FIELD OF STUDY SYNOPSIS: The NASBA Fields of Study can all be equated to an acceptable area of study listed in the current Board rules and should be able to be reported for CPE in VT.
If you have any questions regarding your CPE requirements, please call PES at 1-800-990-2731 or your State board. PLEASE NOTE: Since state board regulations are constantly changing, the information contained here is deemed reliable however it is not guaranteed. We encourage you to contact your state board to answer any questions and confirm or clarify any requirements listed here. Information updated 03.30.22