CPE credit information for webinars

  • To be eligible for continuing professional education (CPE) credits, you must view the original live webcast.
  • As of Jan. 1, 2011, eligibility requirements for all webcasts are as follows:
Viewing times (in minutes) Polls answered Credits received
 50-60  3  1.0
 61-90  5  1.0 — 1.5
 91-120  6  1.5 — 2.0
  • Note: You must meet both the duration requirement and respond to a minimum of 75 percent of the polling questions.

Important Notes

  • CPE Certificates are distributed via email and delivery may be impacted by your organizations spam filter settings. If you do not receive your CPE certificate within 30 days please email CPE Processing with your name, program name and date, and a personal email address to request a replacement certificate.
  • A certificate will only be issued in the name used to register for the webinar and will be sent to the email address provided at registration.
  • CPE credit for Crowe Horwath LLP professionals will be reflected in their CPE credit history within 30 days.
  • Crowe is unable to grant CPE credit to multiple viewers in cases where more than one individual is viewing a webinar. CPE will only be granted in the name of the individual logged in to the presentation on any given computer.
  • Crowe is unable to grant CPE credit in cases in which technical difficulties preclude eligibility. CPE sponsorship guidelines prohibit us from issuing credit to individuals not verified by the technology to have satisfied the minimum requirements listed above.
  • Q&A is eligible for CPE when included on the timed agenda. Individuals who log off during Q&A will not receive CPE if they attended less than 50 minutes of a 1.0 CPE-credit event.
  • Partial CPE credit will not be awarded for multicredit CPE events.

Refund Policy

There is no cost for this course; therefore, there is no cancellation fee.

CPE

Official National Registry of CPE Sponsors' Statement

Crowe LLP 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. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.

Complaint resolution information

To register complaints about course content or delivery method and to inquire about the timeliness and accuracy of CPE credit posting for this event, please complete the following information.