OAIA Oregon Association of Independent Accountants
Who we are and what we do...
The Oregon Association of Independent Accountants was formed in 1946, as the "Oregon Association of Public Accountants". Our name was changed in January 1991 to reflect a broader scope and the diversity of the organization's membership. The OAIA is an organization of accounting and tax professionals in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. We are an affiliate of the National Society of Accountants. OAIA members enjoy many advantages and benefits.
Continuing Education Classes
The Oregon Association of Independent Accountants offers a variety of seminars, continuing education, self-study programs and examinations to help our members stay current with important changes in laws, requirements and techniques. These classes are geared toward Certified Public Accountants (CPA), Enrolled Agents (EA), Registered Tax Preparers (RTRP) Licensed Tax Consultants (LTC), Licensed Tax Preparers (LTP) and other accountants.
The Oregon Association of Independent Accountants invites you to make this your educational and professional organization. Join a diverse and dedicated group of public accountants, tax consultants, tax preparers, tax attorneys, certified public accountants, enrolled agents, students and others in related fields.
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OAIA Seminar Code of Conduct
OAIA is committed to maintaining a favorable learning atmosphere for the attendees and speakers. Attendees are expected to behave in such a manner that allows speakers to effectively carry out their presentations.
We need to be respectful of our speakers. If you don't agree with certain aspects of their message, please bring it to the attention of the OAIA Board and we will address the issue.
Attendee behavior that is disruptive or unruly, or that interferes with the education process or speaker's ability to teach effectively is unacceptable.