Becoming a Member of MTCPA
The Montana Society of CPAs is a professional community of CPAs and financial professionals who work in business and industry, education, government, not-for-profit organizations, and public accounting. With more than 1,600 members, the MTCPA is the only organization in the State of Montana dedicated to serving the professional needs of CPAs, educating consumers about CPAs and the services they provide, and encouraging students to study accounting and enter the profession. MTCPA members are CPAs and financial professionals, students, and retirees.
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From continuing professional education to networking, the MTCPA offers the services and programs that you need as a CPA in Montana. When you join the MTCPA, you receive services, benefits and opportunities to advance and enhance your career.
HOW MUCH IS MEMBERSHIP?
Membership dues are based on the MTCPA's fiscal year, which runs from February 1 to January 31 each year. Dues are prorated based on the time of the year you join and your dues class.
|Member Type||Dues||Member Type||Dues|
|Public Practice||$330||Non-CPA (public practice)||$150|
|Retired||$50||Educator||paid thru school|
Public Practice: CPA Working for a public accounting firm; living in Montana
BING: CPAs in Business, Industry, Nonprofit, Government not working for a public accounting firm; living in Montana
Non-CPA (public practice): Owners or staff working directly with/for certified public accountants; do not hold a certificate themselves; live and/or work in the U.S.
Non-CPA (BING): Accounting professionals in business, industry, non-profit or government OR educators teaching accounting or accounting-related courses; do not hold a certificate themselves; live and/or work in the U.S.
Associate: Degree-holding; working towards their CPA certification
Out of State: CPA in Public Practice or BING; living in another state
Inactive: CPA who has temporarily left the workforce (i.e. illness, raising children); living in Montana
Retired: 60 years of age or older; fully retired; member in good standing for 10+ years; has not been granted Honorary Life status
Student: Enrolled in Accounting program and at least a sophomore standing