The QAS (Quality Assurance Service) program was started by NASBA in the late 1990s exclusively for self-study CPE sponsors. Although the QAS program was similar to NASBA’s Registry program, it came with additional development and implementation requirements for the providers.
As a CPA, you’re required to earn a certain number of CPE credits to keep your license active. While there are several live options available these days to help you accomplish this, QAS CPA courses have some unparalleled benefits because of which they’ve become the top choice among CPAs.
As one of the leading QAS CPE providers, we at CPEThink.com frequently receive emails regarding different aspects of QAS CPE. Instead of replying to each of those emails individually, we decided to create this guide, jotting down all the vital aspects of QAS CPA courses.
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