The Oklahoma Accountancy Board is excited to announce the launch of our new licensing system!
Our new system offers many updated features, but the most notable change is the Continuing Professional Education (CPE) dashboard, also referred to as the CPE Tracker. Registrants will be required to log CPE activities into the CPE tracker. Once added, the CPE data will automatically transfer to your registration renewal. After you have logged your prior year hours, you can begin logging current year hours as you complete them. If you are not currently subject to CPE requirements in Oklahoma, you will continue to report your exemption status on your renewal in lieu of using the CPE tracker.
***If you are an existing candidate and are a first-time user to our system, use FORGOT PASSWORD to activate your account***
Individual registration is open and available online to individual registrants with a birth month of July, August or September. Refer to the table below for important registration dates to remember.
|Birth Month:||Registration Deadline:||Reporting CPE For Year:||Lapsed Period:||Automatic Revocation:|
|July||7/31/2021||2020||8/1/2021 - 8/31/2021||9/1/2021|
|August||8/31/2021||2020||9/1/2021 - 9/30/2021||10/1/2021|
|September||9/30/2021||2020||10/1/2021 - 10/31/2021||11/1/2021|
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.
COVID-19 Related Exam information and updates can be found here: https://www.ok.gov/oab_web/Departments/Examination/index.html
Nov. 1, 2019: Emergency Rules Approved - Effective November 1, 2019
Pursuant to 10:15-37-11 of the Oklahoma Administrative Code, the following crimes, as set out in Title 21 of the Oklahoma Statutes, shall disqualify an individual from obtaining or holding an Oklahoma CPA certificate or PA license:
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday through Friday
2021 SUMMER BULLETIN
IRS PTIN INFORMATION
The IRS has advised the Oklahoma Accountancy Board to inform its registrants to use December 31, 2021 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 2020 tax filing period.