There are very strict guidelines to follow to become a CPA in the U.S. Though each state has different individual laws and regulations, there are minimum standard requirements that every CPA must meet. First, you will need 150 semester units of a college education paired with one year of accounting-related experience. All CPAs are required to have a license. The Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination must be passed to become certified to receive a license and permit to practice. After that, all CPAs must continue with professional development offerings and courses in order to renew their licenses every year.
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