Accounting CPE CPA Courses Online Continuing Professional Education for CPAs & CMA Certified Accountants
Throughput Accounting Online CPE Courses for Continuing Education Credits
Online QAS Self Study CPE Credits for CPAs & CMAs Accounting Continuing Education
This is the only place you will find Throughput Accounting CMA CPA CPE credit courses. Our online QAS self study CPA CMA continuing education courses are [NASBA approval pending]. Get started today!
Online QAS Self Study Throughput Accounting CPE Courses
What is CPE?
CPE is Continuing Professional Education. NASBA approved learning partners issue CPE credits. You will also see CE credits used which stands for Continuing Education credits.
What are CPA CPE requirements?
Accountants are required to meet requirements defined
by their licensing state board of accountancy to maintain their license. Many state licensing boards require that CPAs maintain and improve
their skills through continuing professional education (CPE) courses. To view CPE requirements and accountant education requirements for CPAs by state visit NASBA.org.
Are your CPE credits NASBA approved?
Not yet, we are pending approval. We are in the process of being a NASBA approved learning partner and listed on the national registry of CPE Sponsors in the NASBA Registry. Each course explicitly states the number of CPE credits you will earn upon successful completion along with the requirements for successful completion.
CPA CPE Online - CPE Self Study
All of our courses are online on-demand QAS self study courses as defined by NASBA.
Are your courses online accounting courses for CPA credit?
Not yet. We are pending NASBA approval learning partner and our courses earn continuing professional education (CPE) credits. There really is no such thing as CPA credit. When this term is used people are usually referring to CPE credit.
Best online CPE courses?
The best online CPE course for you depends on what you're looking for. We offer unique courses not found anywhere else. So if you're tired of just going through the motions to earn the required credits, why not learn something totally new that will challenge your thinking? You just might make a BIG difference!
According to the Institute of Certified Management Accountants the continuing
education requirement is 30 hours per year. A broad range of
subjects may be included in the programs for which hours of credit will be
given. The subjects should be related to the topics covered on ICMAl s
examinations and/or to an individual's job responsibilities. Examples of the
subjects that may qualify are: all aspects of accounting, financial management,
business applications of mathematics and statistics, computer science,
economics, management, production, marketing, business law, and organizational
behavior. Programs presented by organizations which are registered with the National State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) meet the requirements of continuing education for CMAs and CFMs.
All of the Theory of Constraints CPE courses offered here meet the ICMAIs requirements.
CMA CPE continuing education credits
The CMA continuing education (CE) requirement is 30 hours per year for IMA (Institute of Management Accountants). The reporting period begins on January 1 following successful completion of the examination. The period between successful completion and the following January 1 is a grace period. CE is not required during this period, but any CE earned during this period can be counted as being earned in the first reporting period. When a certified member completes more than 30 hours in a given year, up to ten hours may be carried forward to the next year, i.e., if 38 hours are completed, 8 may be carried forward; if 40 hours are completed 10 may be carried forward; if 45 hours are completed, 10 may be carried forward. The IMA encourages you to organize your CPE in the transcripts section of your member profile, which is available to you as a resource.
About Throughput Accounting
What is Throughput Accounting ?
Throughput Accounting is the accounting and financial management method
used in Theory of Constraints. In Throughput Accounting you do NOT
allocate costs. The elimination of this allocation removes distortions
found in other forms of accounting like Cost Accounting and Lean
Accounting. The training on this site will help you to understand the distortions and how to use Throughput Accounting to ensure profitable decisions. Our corporate site www.ScienceofBusiness.com has a longer definition and description of Throughput Accounting. Here's are a few links (some are free some are paid):
Throughput Accounting Definition
Throughput Accounting 101
Throughput Accounting FAQs
Throughput is Cumulative
Definition of Cash Constraint
Increasing Cash Velocity: The Theory of Constraints Approach to Cash Velocity
The Fastest Way to Increase Cash Flow
Jobs Lose Money? Theory of Constraints Throughput Accounting
About Throughput Accounting CPE - continuing education
We offer continuing education credits (NASBA approval pending) in Throughput Accounting topics as well as other Theory of Constraints topics. Accountants and financial managers will find our online CPE courses a nice alternative to traditional CE credit courses. Theory of Constraints will challenge your thinking!