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Virginia's Regulatory Landscape for CPAs 2022: What You Need to Know

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$59.00 Regular Registration
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Newly licensed CPAs (1–2 years) Licensed CPAs needing a refresher on the laws, regulations and policies that govern the profession


Be a licensed CPA in the Commonwealth of Virginia

*This course has been approved by the Virginia Board of Accountancy (VBOA) to fulfill your 2022 ethics requirement.

The CPA designation carries a value to each CPA. While the value is most obvious through its positive impact on professional careers, the CPA also brings opportunities for a professional to serve in volunteer roles and obtain a valued position in society. The favored status of CPA brings an expectation of good judgment, integrity, quality of character and other positive attributes. Therefore, in order to maintain the value of our profession, CPAs must seek to obtain and maintain the public's trust in professionalism, judgment and skills.

In large part, that is why an ethics course is required for all Virginia CPAs. This course contains the foundation of what you need to know to maintain your license and make sound decisions while practicing every day. We designed this course to help you navigate the many different rules and expectations any CPA should consider when making decisions on a daily basis.

Please Note:

  • After registering, you will receive a separate email with instructions on how to access the course.
  • This course contains review questions and a final test to assess knowledge of course objectives. Successful completion of the final test is required to receive CPE credit.
  • This course was recorded in 2021; however, the 2022 version includes an updated opening video segment from the VBOA. It qualifies toward your 2022 ethics requirement.

Delivery Method: QAS Self-Study
CPE Credit: Regulatory Ethics
Program Level: Basic

The Virginia Society of CPAs (VSCPA) 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 on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: NASBARegistry.org.

For more information regarding refund, complaint, program cancellation or other policies, visit our Registration Policies page or call (800) 733-8272.