Types of Membership
The Association for Accounting Administration (AAA) has more than 900 members nationwide. Its main objective is to develop and maintain, through cooperative efforts, a high level of professional skills required to satisfy members' growing professional needs in the field of accounting administration. The association is the one representative voice of professionals managing accounting practices.
Administrator members are professionals managing accounting practice or firm. These individuals may be Chief Operating Officers, Administrator Partners, Firm Administrators, Directors of Administration, Administrative Managers, Office Managers or another designation within an accounting practice or firm.
Subsequent members are professionals managing accounting practices or firm with another individual within the firm designated as the AAA administrator member.
Accounting Technology Administrator Special Interest Group Member
ATA SIG members are individuals responsible for the accounting technology administration within an accounting practice or firm. Sometimes referred to as CPA Firm Network Administrators or Firm Administrators responsible for managing technology within their accounting firm or practice, these individuals may take advantage of AAA membership with additional SIG offerings including an exclusive e-list, discounts for Fly-Ins held in conjunction with the AAA National Symposium, and more. Note, the applicant firm must have an administrator member of AAA to qualify for ATA membership.
Controller Special Interest Group Member
Controller SIG members are individuals responsible for directing the financial affairs of an accounting practice or firm. These individuals may take advantage of AAA membership with additional SIG offerings including an exclusive e-list, specific educational opportunities and courses at our National Practice Management Conference, and more. Note, the applicant firm must have an administrator member of AAA to qualify for Controller SIG membership.
Consultant Special Interest Group Member
Consultant SIG members are individuals who serve as consultants to the accounting profession without serving as a full-time professional administrator. These individuals may take advantage of AAA membership but shall not carry national voting rights or be eligible to serve in national leadership positions.
Vendor Special Interest Group Member
Vendor SIG members are companies who provide services or products to the accounting profession. These companies may take advantage of AAA membership but shall not carry voting rights or be eligible to serve in leadership positions either nationally or locally.