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CPA Exam Information

The Uniform Certified Public Accountant Exam is a 16 hour, computer-based exam comprised of four sections:

  1. Auditing & Attestation (AUD)
  2. Business Environments & Concepts (BEC)
  3. Financial Accounting & Reporting (FAR)
  4. Regulation (REG)
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CPA Exam Requirements

To qualify for the CPA exam you must meet your state’s requirements for the three E’s.

  1. Education

    You will need a bachelor’s degree with 24 semester hours in accounting at minimum.

  2. Exam

    Candidates must pass all four exams within 18 months of passing their first section.

  3. Experience

    In order to become licensed, you must meet the experience requirements of your state

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Enrolled Agent vs. CPA

If you plan to focus your practice on tax you may want to consider becoming an enrolled agent. Enrolled agents are admitted to practice before the IRS allowing them to do anything a CPA or attorney can do on any matter before the IRS.

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