A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is a financial advisor that aids individuals and businesses plan and achieve their financial goals ranging from goals such as saving for a new home, financially planning for the opening of a new office, or mergers and acquisitions to do with organizations. In order to be eligible for a CPA certificate, you need to have completed 150 hours of college/university coursework. There are four exams a candidate would have to pass to attain the certification: Auditing & Attestation, Business Environment & Concepts, Financial Accounting & Reporting, and Regulation. Exams are held 4 times a year: February, May, August & November.

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