CPA Requirements and Rules in Different States

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Arkansas CPA Requirements on Exam and Licensing

Arkansas only grants CPA license to its residents (defined by residency or keeping of offices within the state). The education requirement is quite complicated and is best to check with the State Board’s website for details.   Arkansas CPA Requirements 1. Education Requirements to Sit for the Exam Bachelor degree or above 150 semester units […]

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West Virginia CPA Requirements for Exam and Licensing

West Virginia State Board does not require 150 credit hours to sit for the exam, but like almost all states this has to be fulfilled in order to get the license. Working experience is standard with 1 year of public or non-public accounting work, with some flexibility on part-time work as well as the fact […]

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Nebraska CPA Requirements on Exam and Licensing

Nebraska is a two-tier state, i.e. the state grants both a CPA certificate and license. Candidates are required to fulfill 150 credit hours in order to sit for the CPA exam. Please also note that only local residents are granted CPA license in this state. Nebraska CPA Requirements 1. Education Requirements to Sit for the Exam Bachelor […]

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Mississippi CPA Requirements for Exam and Licensing

Mississippi State Board generally requires an accounting concentration in order to sit for the examination, with 48 semester hours of upper division or graduate classes in accounting and general business. Please also note that only local residents are granted CPA license in this state. Mississippi CPA Requirements 1. Education Requirements to Sit for the Exam Bachelor […]

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