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Reciprocal CPA License in Colorado

Is your CPA license active in another state? Do you need to transfer your license to (i.e., obtain reciprocity for) Colorado?

I am in the process of doing this myself – here are the steps to follow!

  1. Verify that your license is active in an equivalent jurisdiction.
  2. Verify that you have completed 80 hours of CPE within two (2) years immediately prior to the date of your reciprocity application.
  3. Complete the AICPA Ethics exam within two (2) years immediately prior to the date of your reciprocity application.
  4. Complete two (2) hours of Colorado Rules and Regulations within two (2) years immediately prior to the date of your reciprocity application. (Good news! We’ll be offering a course on this in the Spring 2012 CU CPE Program!)
  5. Complete and submit your reciprocity application.

One Comment

  1. I just recently completed this process myself and was officially licensed in Colorado on September 12th – it is much easier than it used to be, which is why I hadn’t done it previously. It’s not cheap, between the fee for reciprocity and the AICPA Ethics exam and Colorado rules CPE it ended up costing about $400 total.

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