Member Information

Become a CPA and join the ranks of Canada’s top strategic and financial decision-makers. By earning the CPA designation, you will develop the knowledge, skills and confidence required to be successful and influential.

A CPA, or group of CPAs, shall register a firm prior to providing service to the public. Services that would require registration as a firm include: assurance, tax advice or management accounting.

A member or firm may practice through a professional corporation. A firm may practice as a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). Any member or firm practicing the profession in a corporate form must register a professional corporation or LLP.

Annual Member Fees for 2017/2018 will be available for payment on April 1. Members will receive a communication from the Institute once available online.

With the proclamation of The Accounting Profession Act on November 10, 2014, all Saskatchewan’s accountants are now united under a single designation banner – CPA.

Highlights

CPA Saskatchewan registrants are subject to regulation, which includes The Accounting Profession Act, Regulatory & Administrative Bylaws, Rules of Professional Conduct, Regulatory & Administrative Board rules and processes established for CPA Saskatchewan.

With the proclamation of The Accounting Profession Act on November 10, 2014, all Saskatchewan’s accountants are now united under a single designation banner – CPA.