CPA Canada preference centre: An easy way to manage your communications

The preference centre lets you select topics and interests you want, and control how you receive communications from CPA Canada. It’s fast and easy!

GET ONLY THE CONTENT YOU WANT

CPA Canada has a wealth of research, products and services that can enhance your career and bring leading edge news and information straight to your inbox. By using CPA Canada’s preference centre you will have full control and be able to personalize the content and the quantity you want to receive from your national CPA body.

You have the power to:

  • Choose the topics you’re interested in (Taxation? Strategy? Audit and Assurance? Leadership?  There is more – select any or all)
  • Choose the kind of communications you prefer (Enewsletters? Blogs? Event updates?)
  • Reduce the amount of email landing in your inbox

UPDATING YOUR PREFERENCES IS EASY!

Visit the My Account section of the CPA Canada website to ensure your communication preferences are up-to-date or take a moment to revise them. Once you have identified your interests and subscriptions you will be on your way to receiving the information you want, when and how you want it.


Watch the video to see how fast and easy it is to update your account, and update your preferences today!

Get only the content you want contest winners

Congratulations to our Fall 2015 preference centre campaign winners:

  • Glory Li from Calgary
  • Lynn Galloway from Vancouver
By updating their communication preferences within the My Account section of the CPA Canada website, they were automatically entered into the contest and each won a Yoga Tablet (approximate retail value of $300), generously supplied by our partner Lenovo*.

*Members can save on Lenovo products through the CPA Member Savings Program.

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