|We’re Going Green
NMSCPA has reviewed our core business practices through a sustainability lens and have identified areas where we can become better stewards of the environment. Click here to read how committee members and CPE registrants will be using our new file sharing site.
|Continuing Professional Education
Over 500 hours of interesting, relevant, live group study programs sponsored by the New Mexico CPA Foundation. Click on hyperlinks for full course descriptions and biographies of our outstanding discussion leaders. CPE Policies, registration methods, CPE Chatter, a map to our building and classroom can all be found here…and more!
|Webinars and Webcasts
CPE delivered to you. To supplement the two hour live webinars produced by the Foundation we have teamed up with several Webinar Alliance Partners.
|Ethics Exam Order
Available on CD-ROM or in print, Professional Ethics: The AICPA’s Comprehensive Course. Contains the exam required for New Mexico licensing.
|Ethics – Ongoing CPE Requirement
NM licensed CPAs have a Continuing Professional Education requirement of a minimum of 4 CPE credits of ethics education during a CPA’s 36-month reporting period. Click here to read the requirement from the New Mexico Administrative Code and see the educational opportunities available from NMSCPA to earn CPE credits in ethics.
|Advertise With The Society
Display and classified advertising space is offered in the Classifieds section of the website. Display advertising is available in the ePlus electronic newsletter sent to our membership twice each month. Get your message out to a distinctive audience. Contact us about your ad today.
Past editions of the electronic newsletters, ePlus and the Tax Practitioner, are located in Newsroom of the Resources section.
|Feed the Pig for “Tweens”
The popular Financial Literacy program, Feed the Pig has launched a new segment aimed at helping the “tweens” – 4th through 6th graders. The site offers a teacher's kit and a “tweens” game, The Great Piglet Challenge.
Financial illiteracy is a huge problem in the U.S. Americans spend $1.22 for every $1.00 earned. In response, the AICPA, with the support of the state CPA societies, developed the award-winning 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy program.
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