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Dues are payable upon receipt and are subject to multiple bill-
ing fees.
Due to the high costs associated with multiple
printing and mailing, a
fter 60 days, a second invoice will be
issued and a $10 fee applied. After 90 days, a third invoice will
be issued and an additional $10 fee applied.
Members benefit from opportunities to network with fellow
CPAs and other professional affiliates (including the IRS and
DRS), advocacy at the state capitol, the publication you're
reading right now, discounts on CPE, complimentary pro-
gramming, career guidance, and more!
If you don't pay your dues by July 1, you'll miss out on lots
of member benefits including the CPE member discount, up
to $100 per course!
You'll also miss out on members-only programs such as
CONNection and Friday Focus meetings.
The quickest and easiest way to pay your dues is online at You'll be done in minutes, save the
cost of a stamp, and receive an instant payment confirma-
tion via email.
As an added convenience, when you log in to pay your dues,
you'll be asked to view and update (if necessary) some ba-
sic contact information. It'll only take a minute, and all of
your information will be up-to-date in our database.
You can also send your dues directly to the CTCPA office
at 716 Brook Street, Suite 100, Rocky Hill, CT 06067-3433.
Yes, you can!
When you log into,
you'll see two options: "I want to renew membership for my-
self" and "I want to renew membership for multiple people."
If you select "I want to renew membership for multiple people,"
you can just check off the names of the employees at your
firm or company whose memberships you wish to renew
and pay the total amount with your credit card. You'll re-
ceive an instant confirmation.
You can also mail one check for the firm; just be sure you
include all of the individual invoices. If you're interested in
getting a single "firm invoice" listing all members at your
firm, contact Liz Frazza at or 860-258-0220.
Your billing class is based upon your status as of March
31, 2012. If your circumstances changed after that date,
it will be reflected in next year's dues invoice. If your
circumstances changed prior to March 31, please contact
Liz at 860-258-0220.
You can update your employment status online at any time
at Keeping your information
up-to-date helps keep your billing status correct and your
member benefits as relevant and helpful as possible.
We'd love to talk with you first and see if we can help you
discover more value in your membership. Please call Liz at
If you don't want to be a member anymore, you do need to
mail or email (to a letter of resignation to
the Society. The resignation must be received no later than
August 17, 2012.
You can pay your dues with a personal check, firm check,
MasterCard, Visa, or American Express.
Not yet; billing codes are based on your status as of March
31, 2012. Let us know when you retire and we'll switch your
billing class so you'll be all set for next year.
No, you must be fully retired from all employment to pay the
retired rate.
CTCPA dues are not deductible as a charitable contribu-
tion but may be deductible as an ordinary and necessary
business expense. However, a portion of dues (2.7% for the
year ending March 31, 2013) is not deductible to the extent
that the CTCPA engages in lobbying.
Membership Dues
Membership renewals were sent at the end of April.
There is strength in numbers. Help us stay strong
renew today! For your convenience, here are some
frequently asked questions regarding dues payments.
Other questions?
Contact Membership Coordinator Liz Frazza
or 860-258-0220 or