AICPA Engage 2017 / Las Vegas, June 12-15

AICPA ENGAGE presents thought leaders, technical specialists, entrepreneurs, innovators and influencers for FOUR DAYS of fresh ideas, breakthrough presentations and workshops to open the doors of possibility for you and your firm.

No matter your area of specialization — accounting, auditing, financial planning, law, marketing, practice management, tax or technology — you’ll rub shoulders with the best minds in the profession and leave confident, prepared and motivated to drive growth, enhance client service and make new connections across an amazing range of accounting and financial specialties.

If you’re a sole practitioner, manager, partner, financial planner or tax attorney, AICPA ENGAGE is the event of the year you simply don’t want to miss.

Choose among six conferences at ENGAGE.

As always, you can register for a specific conference — Advanced Estate Planning, Advanced Personal Financial Planning, Association for Accounting Marketing Summit, NAAATS, Practitioners Symposium/TECH+ or Tax Strategies for the High-Income Professional — and attend any and all of the sessions offered within that conference.

Plus, your individual conference registration includes access to all of the ENGAGE sessions from other conferences held at the same time. So, if you’re curious about a specific topic at another conference, you can choose to attend that session instead.

Attend online, in your own space.

All of the attendance options listed above are available online. So, even if you can’t make it to Las Vegas, you can still take full advantage of all the learning opportunities ENGAGE has to offer, including asking questions of speakers and facilitators.


Amy Cuddy, PHD, Jason Dorsey, Kevin O’Leary, Barry C. Melancon, CPA, CGMA, Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, CPA, CGMA, Abigail Posner, and many more

CFA Institute CE Credit:

This conference was prepared in accordance with the Joint AICPA/NASBA Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Programs, effective on July 1, 2012. The recommended CPE credits are in accordance with these standards; however, your individual state board is the final authority on the acceptance of programs for CPE credit.


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