The CPA (Certified Public Accountant) credential is a license issued by any of the 55 States or territories of the United States that authorizes the holder to practice as a certified public accountant in that jurisdiction. Licensing of CPAs helps to protect the public interest because only those individuals who meet the minimum prescribed requirements are permitted to identify themselves to the public as certified public accountants.
- Overview of the Uniform CPA Examination
- Section Content and Breakdown
- How to Qualify and Earn the Title
- Scores Release
- Testing Window and Exam Schedules
- International Applicants