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CPA Requirements by State: Awesome Guide to CPA Exam Requirements [2019]

You know that earning the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification is an excellent idea. You know this because of all the benefits of becoming a CPA. But do you know how to become a CPA? Do you know which CPA requirements you must meet? If you don’t, that’s fine! This guide will walk you through […]

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NASBA Experience Verification Service: How Does It Work?

The NASBA Experience Verification Service is one of the latest initiatives, and it helps qualified candidates get the CPA license. Because this is a newer service, let’s see how it works in this video: NASBA Experience Verification Service is Available in 11 States As of June 2018, NASBA Experience Verification is available in the following […]

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US CPA Experience Requirements: 4 Flexible Ways to Get it Done

Fulfilling the US CPA experience requirements can be a headache for those who do not go to the traditional public accounting career route. Here is a video on the overview with explanation on common obstacles and possible solutions. Prefer to read the text? Please find the information below: CPA Experience Requirements: Common Issues and Solutions […]

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Accounting Credits for CPA Exam: My Recommended Courses

Do you need extra accounting credits for CPA exam? How to make up to the 150 semester hour requirement? Here are a few tested and proven ways that work. CPA Requirements: An Overview Most State Boards require candidates to fulfill 150 credit hours. For a typical bachelor degree holder, this means 30 credit hours of […]

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CPA Exam 150 Credit Hours: Requirement, Rules and Updates

People often talk about the “150-hour rule” when it comes to the US CPA exam qualification. What is it, does it apply to you, and what to do if you don’t have enough credits? An Overview Let’s start with a bit of the background. Unlike most other accounting professional qualifications around the world, the US […]

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CPA Ethics Exam: Complete Guide on Procedure, FAQ and Tips

The CPA Ethics Exam is required by many (but not all) state boards for CPA licensing in the US. Most candidates take the exam after passing the Uniform CPA Exam. Let me address a few frequently asked questions: 1. Who administers the CPA Ethics Exam? While some states run their own ethics exam or courses, […]

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Oklahoma CPA Requirements (Rules on Exam and Licensing)

Oklahoma State Board requires a standard 150 credit hours and a 1-year experience in either public or non-public accounting. Please note that OK has two level of qualifications for accountants: CPA and PA. Please make sure you read the CPA section for the correction information. Oklahoma CPA Requirements 1. Education Requirements to Sit for the […]

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CPA Education Requirements: My Latest and Complete Guide

We’ve got lots of information on CPA exam application for US candidates and international candidates, but given the many questions on CPA education requirements over the years, here is an explanation detailing the process, and what to watch out for. Let’s Go Over the CPA Education Requirements in this Video The easiest way for you […]

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US Federal Taxation Course for CPA (as Recommended by Readers)

You may be asked to take a US Federal Taxation course for CPA if they apply for the exam in certain states such as Guam and Delaware. The Course Must be Offered by Accredited Institution Most State Boards follow the NASBA guidelines when it comes to this criteria. NASBA requires US federal taxation courses must be taken […]

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New York CPA Requirements (Rules on Exam and Licensing)

The CPA requirements in New York are considered the “standard” following the 3Es: you need a 4-year degree and 150 credit hours of general higher education; passing of the CPA exam and 1 year of relevant experience. The exception is that the requirements can be waived if you have 15 years of public accounting experience. […]

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