Kentucky CPE Requirements
Whether you’re an experienced or newly admitted Kentucky attorney, here’s what you need to be in the know about the KY CPE rules and how to get your Kentucky CPE Requirements fulfilled with a Knowledge Group CPE Bundle.
CPE Requirements: All accountants admitted to practice in Kentucky shall complete 80 hours if the CPA worked >3000 hrs; 60 hours if the CPA worked <3000 hrs. in public accounting firm. 60 hours if employed in industry, education or government. The basic requirements of 80 or 60 hours must include 2 hours of professional ethics.
Subject Area Requirements:
CPA Ethics: 2 hours of ethics CPE
Compliance Deadline: 8/1 Renewal; even license number = even years; odd license number = odd years.
Reporting Period: 1/1 to 12/31 biennially; even license number = even years; odd license number = odd years.
Compliance Cycle: Biennial
Approval of Programs: The Knowledge Group meet the NASBA/AICPA CPE Standards for Group-Internet Based Courses.
The Knowledge Group, LLC is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority of the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.
Program Format: Group-Internet Based
For more information, contact Kentucky State Board of Accountancy
Kentucky State Board of Accountancy
332 West Broadway, Suite 310
Louisville, KY 40202-2115
Phone: (502) 595-3037
Fax: (502) 595-4500
Disclaimer: In an effort to make The Knowledge Group an even greater resource for individuals who are subject for continuing profession education (CPE), the details above is for information purposes only. The Knowledge Group does not warrant accuracy and completeness since the regulations per state boards are subject to change. We suggest that you contact your state board for any further questions you may have.
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