The National Conference of CPA Practitioners (NCCPAP) is a professional organization comprised of Certified Public Accountants practicing in the United States. In addition to being a forum for education, networking, and community impact, NCCPAP also advocates for its clients. NCCPAP influences tax administration and tax policy by regularly meeting with Internal Revenue Service representatives, state taxing authorities, and elected officials. NCCPAP members represent over one million businesses and individual clients. The organization is headquartered in Woodbury, NY.
Practitioners Helping Practitioners
In 1979, a group of Certified Public Accountants saw the unique challenges they faced as practitioners of smaller firms and knew they needed an organized format through which they could help and be helped by professionals just like them. Since that time, our membership has grown, the reach in what we offer has expanded, but our core purpose has remained the same. We welcome you to join us: the national organization representing and supporting practicing CPAs.
Our volunteer leadership, comprised entirely of practicing CPAs in small firms, takes the time to plan up-to-date CPE courses. Conveniently offered through our local chapters, we work to anticipate and present subjects of immediate value to our members.
From attending NCCPAP events to posing questions on our online members-only page, our members know the value of each other. NCCPAP members collectively serve over one million clients and businesses throughout the United States.
Through the combined efforts of our active members, NCCPAP allows small CPA firms and the sole practitioner to have a greater community impact and presence. We give back through our local chapters and at the national level. From the Girl Scouts, to local food banks, to offering college scholarships, NCCPAP is an organization that values community.
Our advocacy work focuses on issues at the state and federal level, which affect small CPA firms and the middle-income and small business clients we diligently serve. Whether we’re on Capitol Hill or meeting IRS representatives, NCCPAP members not only provide valuable advice to government officials and representatives, but insights which are valued. In fact, because we represent CPA firms who are “on the ground,” NCCPAP members are often invited to weigh-in at Senate Roundtable discussions and IRS liaison meetings.