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Founded in October of 1976, M.A.P.A. was organized for the purpose of elevating and maintaining among its members a high standard of proficiency and integrity; to promote and to protect the interest of public accountants by encouraging improvements in the laws affecting accountancy; to cultivate a spirit of professional cooperation among its members; to establish goodwill and understanding between the general public and the public accounting profession throughout the State of Maine.
Full membership is limited to Certified Public Accountants, Public Accountants, Enrolled Agents and those who have been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Accountancy and Taxation.

Associate Members are employees or owners of tax practice firms or those that are employed in government, financial institutions, private sector businesses or nonprofit entities whose duties are in the field of accountancy or educators in the field of accountancy.

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September Gear Up Business Entities Two-Day Seminar

The 2018 business entities seminar is designed for practitioners that advise small businesses (less than 25 million in gross receipts). Taught by seasoned tax professionals, the course will help you navigate the business provisions changes of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and other law changes.

Spring CPE and 2018 Annual Meeting

We hope you can join us on June 11th & 12th at the Nonantum Resort in beautiful Kennebunkport for two days of continuing education and our 2018 Annual Meeting.


Comfort Letter Disclaimer

Click on the link below to download a scan of the comfort letter disclaimer that Bob Corrallino talked about at the Gear Up seminar on December 5, 2017:


MAPA CPE & Dinner

Maine Association of Professional Accountants 
Continuing Professional Education

New Website

Welcome to M.A.P.A.'s new, updated, website!  Please register a new account for streamlined updates, news, and event registration (coming soon!).  

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