Advocacy

 

 


 

Member Benefits

Advocacy

  • Protect the profession through legislative vigilance.
    CTCPA fights for you at the Capitol. Recent victories include defeating a proposed sales tax that singled out CPA services, passing enhanced reciprocity legislation, and broadening Connecticut’s experience requirements for initial licensing.
  • Recruit tomorrow’s CPAs today.
    CTCPA’s vigorous academic and student relations program reaches out to Connecticut’s classrooms, encouraging students to choose the CPA profession. Reach potential new hires by listing your firm in the CTCPA Guide to Connecticut CPA Employers, interview up to 10 top-notch students in one day (and one place!) at Interview Day, and more.
  • Promote the value of the CPA profession.
    CTCPA promotes the value of CPA services through proactive media relations, radio public service announcements, distribution of informational brochures, and more, highlighting CPAs making a difference for their clients and their communities.
  • Get your firm listed in the “Find a CPA” search engine. 
    Help potential clients find your firm by getting it listed in CTCPA’s Find a CPA online search engine, which allows members of the general public to filter firms by location and services listed.
  • Identify yourself as a CTCPA member.
    As a member, you have agreed to subscribe to the professional and ethical standards put forth by the CTCPA in its Constitution and Bylaws. Therefore, you are entitled and encouraged to identify yourself as a member through the inclusion of our “Member of CTCPA” logos on your website, stationery, etc.
  • Save money with our affinity partner program.
    Members enjoy exclusive discounts on professional needs including shipping, payroll processing, professional liability insurance, and more, in addition to personal perks such as discounted concert tickets, spa treatments, and insurance! 
  • Take advantage of career services.
    The online per diem directory matches CPAs looking for part-time or per diem employment with firms needing additional help. Potential employers may also access resumes of members and students seeking employment. Unemployed members seeking work may place complimentary classified advertisements in Connecticut CPA magazine and online.