The Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination (Uniform CPA Exam) is the examination taken by people who wish to become Certified Public Accountants in the United States. The Uniform CPA Exam is developed and maintained by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and is administered by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). In order to sit for the Uniform CPA Exam, a person must be declared eligible to do so by one of the 55 state boards of accountancy in the United States. However, the requirements of state boards vary. Thus, we should do some research about the state’s requirements we plan to take.
I would like to state the results I searched as follows. They include six major topics:
* The requirements to sit for the CPA Exam;
* The requirements to become a CPA in Texas The requirements to become a CPA in Texas; * What topics the Texas Uniform CPA Exam covers;
* Courses and options that are available to me to help study/prepare for and take the Texas Uniform CPA Exam; * Testing windows for the Texas Uniform CPA Exam;
* Additional information such as fees and test preparation books we can use. Firstly, to become eligible to apply for the Texas Uniform CPA Exam, we must meet three requirements. To begin with, we should be of good moral character. Good moral character is demonstrated by the lack of a history of dishonest or felonious acts. When we fill in the application of intent form, we would be asked questions relating to arrests, charges, convictions, probations and/or deferred adjudications of a felony or misdemeanor. Also, the board would check and investigate our reports. Second, we should hold a baccalaureate or higher degree from a United States college or university, or an equivalent degree from an institution of higher education in another country. Third, we should complete 150 semester hours or quarter-hour equivalents of...