Have questions for the OSCPA? Need further assistance? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Where do I get my OSCPA membership card?
You can find your membership card on your OSCPA profile, or if you prefer, we can send you a hard copy of your card in the mail. Contact our membership team directly for assistance.
How do I change my password?
You can reset your password using the 'forgot your password' function under the login information. If you no longer have access to the email address that was originally associated with your account or are experiencing other issues, contact email@example.com.
Do disabled members receive a discounted membership rate?
Yes! To qualify, please either email or mail your disabled status and an OSCPA staff member will be in contact with you.
I have not been receiving OSCPA emails. What should I do?
First, try contacting firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure your communications preferences have not changed. If your preferences are set up correctly, then check your email spam filter to make sure OSCPA emails are not going to your junk mail folder.
If I am currently unemployed, but start a new job later in the year, will I need to contact the OSCPA to pay more membership dues?
You will want to contact the OSCPA to update your information. However, your membership status will remain the same until the end of the fiscal year (April). You will not have to pay any dues again until the next fiscal year.
Where can I change my membership category (ex: Associate, Fellow, Retired, etc.) on the website?
In order to update your membership category, you will need to contact an OSCPA staff member directly.
If I live in Oklahoma but have a license from another state, then what membership category do I fit into?
Your home address will be the factor that qualifies you for in-state or out-of-state membership. If your home address is in Oklahoma, then you are an in-state member.
What percentage of dues is used for lobbying?
The nondeductible portion of the dues is 10 percent, which is allocable to lobbying. The Educational Foundation of the OSCPA is a 501(C) (3) organization, and contributions or gifts are deductible as charitable contributions for Federal Income Tax purposes. To learn more about our PACs, go to https://www.oscpa.com/advocacy/cpa-pac.
What are the requirements to maintain my AICPA-OSCPA Life Insurance?
For specific questions about your AICPA policy, contact email@example.com.
How do I set my firm/company up as a 100% VIP Company?
To qualify as a 100% VIP, you must have at least two or more CPAs working at your company who are also members of the OSCPA. You can find more information on our 100% VIP page.
What steps do I need to take to add my firm to the CPA Referral Service?
Listing your firm in the CPA referral service is easy. You will need to fill out the form on our CPA referral service webpage, and pay the $75 fee to enroll your firm in the program for one year.
When is the deadline to pay my dues for the 2020-2021 fiscal year?
Due to the pandemic, the OSCPA has extended the 2020-2021 dues payment deadline to be Monday, August 31. Members who would like to pay early can still do so by going to the my dues page.
Can I pay for my event registration and my colleague's registration?
Yes. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a staff member will assist you with a payment. If you are a firm administrator, you are able to make payments online on the Firm Administrator Panel.
Can I pay for CPE by check?
Yes. On the checkout screen, you will see an "add alternate billing information" option. This will allow you to print an invoice and mail a check to the OSCPA office.
My live stream session stopped working. How can I access the information I missed?
We apologize for the inconvenience. Unfortunately, sometimes technical errors occur due to circumstances outside of our control. Please contact email@example.com so we can assist you as quickly as possible.
Is the OSCPA an IRS approved CE (CPE) provider?
No. The OSCPA is not currently an IRS approved CE (CPE) provider.
Can a firm administrator download eMaterials for another employee?
No. Firm administrators don't have access to other employee's courses. The employee has to sign in to www.oscpa.com to download eMaterials.
I didn't fulfill all of my CPE requirements last year. How do I stay in good standing?
Please contact the Oklahoma Accountancy Board (OAB) at (405) 521-2397 to get more information.
I'm looking for Oklahoma-specific content. What is the OSCPA offering?
The OSCPA works to be a leader on relevant issues in Oklahoma, offering courses on both federal and state topics. Many of our courses are presented by local speakers, who will include state-specific information. To find courses you're interested in, visit our Course Catalog.
What precautions are the OSCPA taking during the COVID-19 crisis?
With all the changes COVID-19 has brought, we understand you may questions and concerns regarding continuing education offered by the Society.
We have made the decision to move all live events through Aug. 31, 2020 to virtual-only. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I access online courses (i.e. live streams, virtual events and webcasts)?
You will receive an email from the OSCPA with instructions on how to access your course. If you have not received an email one week before your course, please contact email@example.com. For more detailed instructions, visit our Virtual CPE Resource Center.
Has the OAB approved deferments or extensions on CPE during the 2020 calendar year?
The OAB has not approved any deferments or extensions for continuing professional education during the 2020 calendar year. Registrants have until December 31, 2020, to complete CPE hours.
For more information, visit the OAB's website: https://www.ok.gov/oab_web/.
What steps do I need to take to become a CPA?
There are four key steps to take in your journey to become a CPA:
For more information, download the Ultimate Guide to Becoming a CPA!
1) Fulfill Education Requirements
2) Submit Qualification Application for Eligibility to the OAB
3) Pass All Four Sections of the CPA Exam
4) Apply for CPA Certificate and Become Certified (After fulfilling your 150 hours of work requirement)
For more information, download the Ultimate Guide to Becoming a CPA!
Are student memberships free?
Yes! Thanks to sponsorship from Deloitte all of the OSCPA student memberships are free during the 2020-21 membership year. Join the OSCPA here.
What activities can students get involved with as a member of the OSCPA?
There are many benefits that student members of the OSCPA can enjoy. However, we do have benefits that are for the purpose of getting students out and active with professional CPAs already in the field. Here are a few:
1) OSCPA Day at the Capitol
2) OSCPA Day of Service
3) Accounting Careers Night
4) Student Meetups
To view more student-specific activities please visit our Future CPAs page.
Can I be added or removed from the OSCPA e-newsletter?
Your membership profile allows you to update your communication preference related to the CPAFOCUS Magazine; however, to change other preferences, you must contact an OSCPA Staff member. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I find help articles on CPA topics?
Visit the OSCPA Knowledge Hub for articles on a variety of CPA topics that will help you grow your expertise.