Individual registration is open and available online to individual registrants with a birth month of November, December, or January. Refer to the table below for important registration dates to remember.
|Birth Month:||Registration Deadline:||Reporting CPE For Year:||Lapsed Period:||Automatic Revocation:|
|November||11/30/2016||2015||12/1/2016 - 12/31/2016||1/1/2017|
|December||12/31/2016||2015||1/1/2017 - 1/31/2017||2/1/2017|
|January||1/31/2017||2016||2/1/2017 - 2/28/2017||3/1/2017|
The online renewal application is made available 60 days prior to your registration deadline. If you attempt to file the form prior to your renewal period, the form and fee(s) will be returned to you immediately. *NOTE: PINs are no longer necessary for registration. You may access your record using the user ID and password you created.
November 29, 2016: The Oklahoma Accountancy Board has been notified by NASBA that the AICPA has released the second wave of scores for Window 4/2016. You can view the unofficial score(s) by logging into your record. Do not be alarmed if you do not immediately see your score(s). The scores are released in no particular order as to the sections or dates that the sections were completed. The scores posted are preliminary and have not been certified by the Oklahoma Accountancy Board as official scores. It is anticipated that you will receive by mail your official results within 7 working days from the date the unofficial results become available. After viewing the unofficial score online or receiving the official score notice you may immediately apply to retake a section or sections if necessary.
The Board staff is always available to assist you and we wish you good luck
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday through Friday
APPROVED GOVERNMENT AUDITOR LIST
OAB SUMMER 2016 BULLETIN
Manage your annual CPE reporting using the OAB's CPE Manager
IRS PTIN INFORMATION
The IRS has advised the Oklahoma Accountancy Board to inform its registrants to use December 31, 2017 as the date their license will expire for purposes of renewing their PTIN for the coming tax season. With permits expiring based upon birth month, the IRS recognizes this could cause issues in their system. This is the same guidance given for the 2016 tax filing period.