CFP® Board of Standards
ACP is a sponsor at the CFP® Board of Standards which allows ACP to offer accepted continuing education programs in all subject areas other than Ethics. ACP offers live in-person programs, live webinar programs, and self-study programs. ACP submits all continuing education credit information directly to the CFP® Board on your behalf and completion certificates are provided.
Every 50-minute session is worth 1 credit hour. Credit for live programs is based on proof of attendance. Credit for self-study programs is based on completing the required quiz with a score of at least 70%. All questions and answers get submitted to the designated ACP staff member. You will receive an email from the CFP® Board after they process your credit, which can take up to 4 weeks. If you do not pass you will be notified by ACP.
ACP 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 the 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: www.nasbaregistry.org. ACP offers live in-person programs and live webinar programs. All participants must register for programs and provide evidence of attendance to qualify for CPE. Every 50 minute session is worth 1 credit hour. Credit for live programs is based on proof of attendance and you are responsible for submitting your own attendance. ACP provides registered attendees certificates of completion.
ACP is an accepted provider of IRS CE covering Federal Income Tax for EAs. ACP offers live in-person and live webinar and virtual classroom programs. All participants must register for programs and provide evidence of attendance to qualify for CE. Every 50-minute session is worth 1 credit hour. Credit for live programs is based on proof of attendance which ACP will submit on your behalf to the IRS. ACP provides registered attendees certificates of completion.
NAPFA does not approve sponsors for continuing education or specific continuing education programs. The decision as to what is eligible for CE credit and the reporting of CE hours is the responsibility of the individual NAPFA member. Programs that have been accepted by the CFP® Board will also qualify for NAPFA, but NAPFA accepts (and requires) CE in subject areas not accepted by the CFP® Board.