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Who We Are

For more than 100 years, we’ve helped CPAs and accounting professionals in Massachusetts and beyond.


Who We Are

The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants (MassCPAs), a 501 (c) 6 organization, is the state’s premiere professional organization with more than 11,500 members in public accounting, industry and business, government and education. Through its advocacy, continuing professional education, peer review, membership, communications and academic and career development departments, the Society provides services that allow its members to learn, connect and prosper in the accounting profession.

Strategic Plan

Our strategic plan incorporates five strategic goals adopted in 2021 and identifies how MassCPAs will achieve these goals, so we remain the vibrant organization our 11,500 members are proud to call their local, professional home. In July 2023, MassCPAs released a video update on the progress of its Strategic Plan. Watch it here

Our History

MassCPAs was incorporated in 1900. Since then, we’ve guided the profession and helped generations of accountants. As we move forward, we’re committed to continuing to serve our members by increasing the value of CPAs, safeguarding the CPA designation and ensuring that the Society’s pro-CPA agenda is advanced.

Our Mission

To protect, enhance and promote the value of being a CPA in Massachusetts.

Join Us

Our community of 11,500 CPAs and accounting professionals is doing amazing things — and we want you to be a part of it, too.


We Can Help You

Learn from leading industry experts;
Connect with peers, government officials and prospective clients; and
Prosper in the accounting profession.


Additional Resources

UFR Training and State Compliance



4.00 Credits

Member Price: $219

You could pay $0 for this course!This qualifies for reimbursement through the State Workforce Training Express Fund. Firms/companies with fewer than 100 staff will receive 100% reimbusement, and firms/companies with over 100 staff will receive 50% reimbursement. You must register for this course and apply for reimbursement through the Workforce Training Express Fund website three weeks in advance to be eligible. The course code for this program is 1121286. To learn more click here or contact Julia Ekelund at This 4 Hr webinar focuses on the preparation of the Uniform Financial Statement. Changes to the 2023 Audit & Preparation Manual including Chapter 257 changes will be highlighted.  Directives contained in Manual addendums and revisions will be discussed. Topics include general Schedule B program definitions and types, specific program requirements, impact of COVID funding, PPP loan forgiveness, obsolete UFR lines and sections, specific line item usage, reporting contributions in programs, correlation of client revenue lines with program statistics, capital budget assets, FTEs, blue flags, salary limits, allocation of administration expense, required supplemental schedules, VendorWeb data, the Federal Funds Listing – contract numbers, MMARS and object codes, the use of pivot tables to generate UFR data your clients can understand, available analytical tools, and more. Included is a list of common errors from the 2020 UFR database as well as common but unnecessary reporting.