2023 ATA Midyear Meeting
February 23-25, 2023
Important CPE Information

Delivery Method: Group Live 

Registration: Click Here

Registered Attendee:

To be awarded CPE credit you must check-in to the sessions via the meeting app while at the meeting. Download the mobile app to your smartphone or tablet before you go to the meeting. Check-in via the meeting app to verify your session attendance by following these steps:

  • Open the 2023 American Taxation Association Midyear Meeting app on your smartphone or tablet.
  • Click on the Agenda Icon.
  • Select the session you are attending.
  • Locate the “Check In” Icon within your session and tap on it.
  • You will be asked to enable your camera, choose “Allow”.
  • Scan the QR code displayed in the back of the room to check-in and check-out.

Note: The “Check In” icon will NOT appear until 30 minutes before the session begins.

At any time, you can return to the dashboard and tap on the "Sessions Scanned" icon to check if your scans have been successfully completed. The meeting app will be available on your phone or tablet until March 16.

To receive your CPE certificate, fill out the CPE Verification Form. (You can download the CPE Verification Form prior to the meeting and make note of the sessions you attended for verification purposes.)

  • Save the completed form to your computer.
  • Email the completed form to: cpe@aaahq.org

Learning Objectives for Midyear Meeting:

  • Identify the research questions examined and the research methods used in conducting current academic and legal tax accounting research.
  • Explore how tax accounting academic researchers can be more relevant to accounting practitioners, their clients, and tax policy decisions.
  • Identify new tax teaching and learning approaches.
  • Discuss empirical research methodology complications and best practices.

Learning Objectives for Doctoral Consortium:

  • Able to employ additional tools in teaching, focused on increasing student engagement and use of new technology in the classroom.
  • Able to identify new sources for accounting research topics.
  • Able to more effectively evaluate your research and the research of other scholars.
  • Provided tools and best practices for presenting academic research and presenting complex topics in the classroom.
  • Provided tools to navigate the academic job market and the first years in a new career.

Learning Objectives for Teaching and Curriculum Conference:

  • Identify new teaching practices in taxation.
  • Identify new ways to integrate challenges facing the profession into the taxation curriculum.
  • Learn about recent topics facing standard-setters and the profession, specifically the pipeline, ESG and the new CPA exam.
  • Learn about the issues facing practitioners in the taxation profession.
  • Identify the skills needed by professionals entering a career in taxation.

To be awarded the full credit hours, you must check-in via the Meeting app for each CPE session and fill out the CPE Form.

CPE Information*

  • Attendees can earn up to 7.6 CPE credits at the Doctoral Consortium.
  • Attendees can earn up to 8.0 CPE credits at the Teaching and Curriculum Conference.
  • Attendees can earn up to 12.4 CPE credits at the Midyear Meeting.

Fields of Study: Taxes, Statistics, Accounting, Personal Development (Accounting credits available for Teaching and Curriculum Conference only. Personal Development credits available for Doctoral Consortium only).

Program Level: Update, Overview

Prerequisites: None

Advance Preparation: None

*CPE Information: Please note that CPE information/credit hour totals may change slightly.

Refunds and Cancellations:
All cancellations must be received in writing at the AAA in order to be processed (email Info@aaahq.org). Cancellations received after January 23, 2023, will incur a $50 cancellation charge. No refunds will be available for cancellations after February 6, 2023, or for no-shows.

For comments and concerns, please contact the AAA Office at (941) 921-7747 or email us at info@aaahq.org.

American Accounting Association is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org