AICPA Member Insurance Programs for FICPA
AICPA Member Insurance Programs is a trusted advocate for CPAs, providing exclusive access to superior risk solutions that safeguard their livelihoods and protect their lifestyles. Powered by the strength of Aon, we are committed to helping you achieve your professional and personal goals, while providing peace of mind.
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The AICPA has a longstanding commitment to providing accounting professionals with a range of value-added programs, including the vital insurance coverages and service provided through AICPA Member Insurance Programs. With over 75 years experience, AICPA Member Insurance Programs offers 18 distinctive professional and personal insurance plans through partnerships with highly-rated, best-in-class carriers. Each plan is monitored by the AICPA and its member committees to ensure that as needs and times change, AICPA Member Insurance Programs responds by delivering innovative, relevant coverage and service that exceeds AICPA members’ expectations.
Monday, March 13, 2023 AICPA Member Insurance Programs for FICPA
Guidebook: Starting Your Own CPA Firm
Whether you're thinking about starting your own firm, or you already have, this eBook will help guide you through the many milestones and challenges you may face as you embark on your journey to start your own CPA firm.
Friday, March 10, 2023 AICPA Member Insurance Programs for FICPA
Tax Season Survival Guide
1 Guide. 14 Checklists. 78 Tips & Considerations for Busy Season.
Thursday, March 2, 2023 AICPA Member Insurance Programs for FICPA
A CPA Firm's Guide to Cyber Liability Webinar
The average cost of a data breach has increased to $4.3 Million. Watch this video to learn the wide array of techniques used by cyber criminals to breach security safeguards and what information they're looking for from accountants.
Tuesday, February 28, 2023 AICPA Member Insurance Programs for FICPA
Growing Your CPA Firm
The accounting industry is experiencing a time of change: less students pursuing accounting degrees, CPAs are retiring, and burnout in the profession. Learn how firms can capitalize on the current market to increase their profits, scope, and size.