CPA Questions & Answers

Have questions about the CPA Exam? We’ve answered some of the toughest and most frequently asked questions about the CPA Exam, requirements, education and more!

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Which state has the easiest requirements to become a CPA?

Each of the 55 US jurisdictions has its own Board of Accountancy that is responsible for licensing the CPAs who practice in that state/jurisdiction. Therefore, it is recommended to get licensed in the state in which you will practice regardless of the requirements.

If you are an international candidate and the jurisdiction is not important, then there are certain states with the most favorable U.S. CPA Exam requirements for international candidates based on the educational and work requirements.

However, rules and regulations are always changing, so be sure to double check these requirements with each of the State Boards before applying.

Will my firm pay for my CPA Review materials?

Many firms reimburse candidates after successfully passing each part or the entire CPA Exam. Whether or not your firm will pay for your CPA Review materials depends on the firm. If you are unsure if your firm will reimburse you for CPA review materials, then ask your employer.

Which state has the easiest requirements to become a CPA?

Each of the 55 US jurisdictions has its own Board of Accountancy that is responsible for licensing the CPAs who practice in that state/jurisdiction. Therefore, it is recommended to get licensed in the state in which you will practice regardless of the requirements.

If you are an international candidate and the jurisdiction is not important, then there are certain states with the most favorable U.S. CPA Exam requirements for international candidates based on the educational and work requirements.

However, rules and regulations are always changing, so be sure to double check these requirements with each of the State Boards before applying.

Which state has the easiest requirements to become a CPA?

Each of the 55 US jurisdictions has its own Board of Accountancy that is responsible for licensing the CPAs who practice in that state/jurisdiction. Therefore, it is recommended to get licensed in the state in which you will practice regardless of the requirements.

If you are an international candidate and the jurisdiction is not important, then there are certain states with the most favorable U.S. CPA Exam requirements for international candidates based on the educational and work requirements.

However, rules and regulations are always changing, so be sure to double check these requirements with each of the State Boards before applying.