Dues Structure

 

 

 


Dues Structure

The following billing codes are based upon your status on March 31, 2017.

Payments of membership dues are deductible for most members of a trade association under Section 162 of the Internal Revenue Code as an ordinary and necessary business expense. However, CTCPA estimates that 2.9 percent of the dues payment (for the year ending March 31, 2018) is not deductible as a business expense because of CTCPA's lobbying activities on behalf of its members.  


CPA Firm Owner 

Any Connecticut firm owner who is a certified or Associate (Non-CPA) Member engaged in the practice of public accounting.

Dues are: $310. 


CPA (Non-Owner) 

Any Certified Member who is: 

(a) An individual employed in any capacity in Connecticut –OR-
(b) A resident employed outside of Connecticut –OR-
(c) An equivalent of a CPA from another country.

Dues are: $250.


Associate (Non-Owner) 

Any Associate (Non-CPA) Member who is:

(a) An individual employed in any capacity in Connecticut –OR-
(b) A resident employed outside of Connecticut.

Dues are: $250.


Fully Retired 

Any Certified or Associate (Non-CPA) Member fully retired from all employment.

Dues are: $125.


Non-Resident 

Any Certified or Associate (Non-CPA) Member who is a non-resident employed outside of Connecticut.

Dues are: $125.


Student Member

Dues are: FREE!


Life Member 

Any Member who has paid dues to the Society for 25 years, has reached his or her 65th birthday, and is fully retired from all employment. Annual verification is required.

Dues are: waived.


50-Year Member

Dues are: waived.