Certified Public Accountant, or “CPA”, is a prestigious designation bestowed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, a.k.a. AICPA. To become a licensed Certified Public Accountant, a.k.a. “CPA”, you must first pass the Uniform CPA Examination.
The CPA Exam consists of four, four-hour sections: Auditing and Attestation, Business Environment and Concepts, Financial Accounting and Reporting and Regulation. You must pass all four sections within 18 months, earning a minimum score of 75 on each part.« Back to All Glossary Terms
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