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    Apr 2007

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    If you earned enough ceu's to submit but cant submit for a few months and still go to meetings and earn more ceu's can you carry those extra ceu's towards the next year?

  2. #2
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    Apr 2007
    Kokomo, IN

    Default ceu's

    My understanding is that you can't hold over any except those that come after you are due to turn them in, for example:
    Mine were due May 31, they allow you 60 days before they are due, I turned them in March 31, so I have CEU's from April 1 on ready for next time. Can't use any from before March 31. If I had turned them in May 31, then nothing prior to May 31 could be used. Does this make sense?
    If this isn't correct, hopefully someone will let us all know!

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