CMI - Property Tax
In 1979, the Institute for Professionals in Taxation adopted a professional designation program for qualified members. The Institute , through its CMI designation program, is the first to recognize professional achievement in property taxation. This designation is widely known as a mark of achievement and distinction in the property tax field.
Earning the CMI designation is both a personal achievement and a credit to the profession. The CMI designation is more than a mere credential; it is a demonstration of expertise in business property taxation. Since the beginning of the CMI professional designation program in 1979, over 1,000 property tax professionals have earned the CMI designation. By earning the CMI designation, you can add to these numbers and have your professional expertise recognized.
The major requirements for the CMI professional designation include membership in the Institute, property tax administrative experience, successful completion of the IPT property tax schools, other educational requirements, and successful completion of both comprehensive written and oral examinations. In addition, after attaining the CMI professional designation, certified members are required to continue their education by attendance at IPT educational programs. Full details on the Continuing Education Requirements for active CMIs may be found here.