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Lead the way.

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Benefits of your membership

CalCPA is pleased to offer a multitude of ways for KPMG to join in leading the way in California.

  • Unparalleled governmental advocacy
  • Numerous ways to connect with a diverse pool of industry leaders and other CPAs
  • Opportunities to become involved in leadership activities and make a difference in your community

Membership Levels

Executive   CPA who is an executive: managing partner, partner, owner, principal, sole practitioner, business and industry executive, president, vice president, director, consultant, controller, CEO, COO or CFO.
Professional +5   CPAs licensed more than 5 years, not described in Executive membership type.
Professional <5   CPA member, licensed less than 5 years and not described in Executive.   $340
Candidate   Any person, who has a bachelor’s degree, has never been a licensed CPA in any state and is pursuing pathway to licensure via California Board of Accountancy.
Associate   Not a licensed CPA, does not qualify as a Student, Candidate or Financial Professional member and meets Associate category eligibility requirements.

ASSOCIATE ELIGIBILITY: You qualify for CalCPA Associate membership if you meet any one of the following criteria and have two CPA member sponsors:

  • Foreign Licensee;
  • Non-CPA serving on State or chapter Committee(s) of CalCPA; or
  • Non-CPA professional working in consulting, legal, government or banking services.
Financial Professional   Never been a licensed CPA, does not qualify as a Student, Candidate or Associate member and meets Financial Professional category eligibility requirements.

FINANCIAL PROFESSIONAL ELIGIBILITY: You qualify for CalCPA Financial Professional membership if you’ve never been a licensed CPA, have a bachelor’s degree and meet any one of the following criteria:

  • A professional employee at a CPA firm;
  • Anyone working under the direct supervision of a CPA in industry, government or education;
  • A financial professional in industry, government or education, or legal, banking or financial consulting services; or
  • An IT professional.
Firm Administrator
  Not a licensed CPA, non-billable professional working as a firm administrator at a public accounting firm.