More than 20,000 accounting professionals are members of the PICPA. They know there is strength, knowledge, and power in numbers.
Join PICPA now to access member benefits through April 30, 2024!
Membership includes access to discounted and complimentary CPE, local networking events, the quarterly Pennsylvania CPA Journal, and much more.
The accounting profession is complex and never stops changing. Membership gives you access to experts from all sectors.
Boost your career by improving your leadership skills through state and local committees, authoring articles, speaking at conferences, and more.
With 20,000 members, PICPA's advocacy efforts make a difference in legislation that affects you. Plus, with a network that big, business and career opportunities are endless.
Our membership year runs May 1 through April 30. Half-year rates are offered beginning Nov. 1 through Jan. 31.
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A full-time college student, majoring in accounting or a related field.
PICPA and AICPA (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants) have partnered together to support our students by offering them the opportunity for joint membership into both organizations with one application!
A recent graduate (past five years) with a bachelor's or master's degree in accounting (or a related field) and who is working toward obtaining his/her CPA license.
A candidate who has passed all four parts of the CPA Exam but has not yet received a CPA license.
A CPA, in any state, regardless of license status (active or expired).
A CPA who works in the accounting field, has a bachelor's degree, and is a full-time faculty member at an accredited college or university, or a high school teacher of accounting, business, or a related discipline.
A CPA who is licensed in Pennsylvania and neither resides nor is employed in Pennsylvania.
A non-CPA who works in the accounting field, has a bachelor's degree, and is a full-time faculty member at an accredited college or university, or a high school teacher of accounting, business, or a related discipline.
A non-CPA who has a bachelor's degree and works in accounting, finance, or a related field.