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An accountant, tax practitioner or bookkeeper actively engaged in the practice of his/her respective profession as an owner, partner, or principal who offers services to the public and has at least two years experience in public practice. Alternatively, be licensed by a government agency to perform accounting or tax services, or be accredited by the Accreditation Council for Accountancy and Taxation. Principal Members are qualified to hold committee chair and board of director positions with MSATP. Become a Principal Member ›
Accountants, tax practitioners, or bookkeepers actively engaged in the practice of their respective profession as owners, partners or principals who do not meet the other criteria as a principal. Alternatively, individuals employed as accountants, tax practitioners, or bookkeepers in any area of business, industry, or government, and all other individuals concerned with the furtherance of the rights of accountants, licensed and unlicensed, to practice their profession in the State of Maryland. Associate Members are qualified to become active in MSATP committees. Become an Associate Member ›
A person who is employed by a current MSATP Principal Member as an accountant, tax practitioner, or bookkeeper. Firm Associate Members are qualified to become active in MSATP committees. Become a Firm Associate Member ›
Faculty and administrators of state approved colleges, universities or community colleges are eligible to apply for an Educator Membership. Educator Members are qualified to become active in MSATP committees. Become an Educator Member ›
Student membership is open to active accounting major students in a community college, college or university. Student Members are eligible for student scholarships available through the Maryland Society of Accountants Scholarship Foundation. Become a Student Member ›
Persons who meet the following criteria: 1. Members who are no longer engaged in practice as an owner, partner, or principal and are not engaged full time as an accountant, tax practitioner, or bookkeeper. 2. A member classified as Retired may take up to 24 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) at the member rate. If the individual wishes to take additional CPE, s/he will be charged the non-member rate. Retired Members are qualified to become active in MSATP committees. Visit the committees page to learn more. For more information on a Retired Membership, please contact MSATP staff at 1-800-922-9672.
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