CPA News

Update: Effective October 11th, 2017, every Active Member shall file his/her report online through mycpawebservices.ca with respect to the Member’s CPD activities during the previous calendar year on or before January 31st of every year.

Non-compliance with the CPD requirements will result in a late penalty fee of $100.00.

Effective December 1, 2017, public practices will be registered with CPA New Brunswick in a whole new way in order to meet National recommendations.

This new Tiered Licensing Model will provide increased clarity for both clients and prospective clients on the types of professional services that a public practice can perform.

In this section, our members tell us why they're proud to be Chartered Professional Accountants and how their designations have impacted their lives, both professionally and personally.

Upcoming Events

Please join the CPA New Brunswick Woodstock chapter for a fun evening of curling, pizza and wings, as well as socializing with fellow local CPAs and their significant others.

This training activity is essential to experienced practitioners who have already taken note of the requirements of the new standard CSRE 2400 and are aware of the differences with the requirements of the current standard.