Credits Information | ENGAGE 2021

ENGAGE 2021 CPE Credit Guide

Types of Credit Available


To obtain CPE credit, your registration badge will need to be scanned on entry to each of your sessions. To access your CPE transcript, please log in to, select the ‘AICPA ENGAGE 2021 Conference’, and access your session evaluations. When you’re done, click on ‘CPE transcript’ on the left-hand side of the page. You can use this transcript to submit to your state reporting authority. We also have a mobile-friendly way to claim CPE credit right from the conference app. PLEASE NOTE: Each state has different requirements for CPE — please check the NASBA website for up-to-date requirements.


If you are interested in applying for CFP credit, please complete the CFP Credit Request Application once ENGAGE has concluded.

PLEASE NOTE: All requests take between 4–6 weeks for processing. Questions should be directed to

Enrolled Agent (EA) Credits

If you are interested in applying for EA credit, please complete the IRS Enrolled Agent Credit Request Application.

PLEASE NOTE: All requests take between 4–6 weeks for processing. Please contact if you have any questions.

Yellow Book Credits

If an auditor is interested in Yellow Book Credit, professional judgment must be used when determining and documenting if these sessions qualify for Yellow Book CPE in accordance with the Government Accountability Office, Government Auditing Standards, December 2011 Revision, and Guidance on GAGAS Requirements for Continuing Professional Education, April 2005, GAO-05-568G.

Continuing Legal Education (CLE)

For CLE credits, file via self-reporting. Please refer to this document for self-reporting your credits. Please check back to this site after the conference has ended for a timed agenda and speaker bios to supplement your application.

If you require further information on CLE credits, please contact


HawaiiAttorneys only submit final transcripts when requested by the Bar.
MassachusettsThere is no continuing legal education requirement for attorneys in Massachusetts.
New Mexico
South DakotaNon-Mandatory State, does not track CLE.
Alaska Idaho
MichiganThere is currently no minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) requirement for attorneys in Michigan. Michigan attorneys monitor their own progress and verify their own completion once the course has been completed.
New York Tennessee
Arizona Illinois Minnesota North Carolina Texas
Arkansas Indiana Mississippi North Dakota Utah
California Iowa Missouri Ohio Vermont
Colorado Kansas Montana Oklahoma Virginia
Connecticut Kentucky Nebraska Oregon Washington
Delaware Louisiana Nevada Pennsylvania West Virginia
Florida Maine
New HampshirePer NH SC Rule 53, it is up to the attorney to record any course intotheir own ART (Attorney Reporting Tool) account.
Rhode Island Wisconsin
MarylandMaryland is not a mandatory CLE state there is no accreditation or approval process in place.
New Jersey South Carolina Wyoming