Quick route to CPE credit
Accounting professionals never procrastinate. But in case you've been so busy that you've lost track of time and find yourself trying to "beat the clock" to meet your CPE requirements, CCH Tax and Accounting offers the CCH Testing Center.
The Testing Center can be used to review print self-study course materials, which are available as PDF files, and complete the final exams online. You can complete the test any time, any day, receiving your results and CPE credits instantly. In addition, you can print out your certificate of CPE credits earned.
Using the CCH Testing Center requires free registration to access final exams. Exams can be printed out for free, however, the same grading fee applies whether the exam is mailed or faxed in or taken online. Grading fees are charged against a customer credit card when the exam is taken online. Grading fees range from $21-$79. Pricing differs with each class.
CCH 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 and as a Quality Assurance Service (QAS) sponsor of continuing professional education. Records of completed courses and CPE credits earned are maintained and available to users for every CCH print course successfully completed in the Testing Center. Information can also be added for CPE courses completed elsewhere, allowing users to keep all of their certification records in one place.
Explore the CCH Testing Center for yourself. For product information or technical support for the CCH Testing Center or for CCH's audio CPE seminars or its web-based interactive CPE site – the CCH Learning Center – please call 800-449-8114. You will be asked to enter your account number, but if you stay on the line, a customer service representative will help you. You can also visit the CCH Tax and Accounting web site.
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