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  2. About CPA

    Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is the statutory title of qualified accountants in the United States who have passed the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination and have met additional state education and experience requirements for certification as a CPA. In most U.S. states, only CPAs who are licensed are able to provide to the public attestation (including auditing) opinions on financial statements. The exceptions to this rule are Arizona, Kansas, North Carolina and Wyoming, where although the "CPA" designation is restricted, the practice of auditing is not.

    Many states have a lower tier of accountant qualification (below that of CPA), usually entitled "Public Accountant" (with designatory letters "PA"). However the majority of states have closed the designation "Public Accountant" to new entrants, with only about 10 states continuing to offer the designation. Many PAs belong to the [http://www.nsacct.org National Society of (Public) Accountants].

    Many states prohibit the use of the designations "Certified Public Accountant" or "Public Accountant" (or the abbreviations "CPA" or "PA") by a person who is not certified as a CPA or PA in that state. As a result, in many circumstances, an out-of-state CPA is restricted from using the CPA designation or designatory letters until a license or certificate from that state is obtained.

  3. Quotes about CPA

    1. What we hear when we talk to these small businesses and the CPA's that serve them is that they are looking for another option.
      In New Accounting Framework to Ease Burdens for Small Businesses
    2. Unless a business' finances are straightforward and simple, Ryan advises business owners to hire a CPA because it prevents much costlier trouble with the IRS:
      In Be Honest: Maybe You Shouldn't Do Your Own Taxes
    3. Your cost per acquisition [CPA] is less than your customer lifetime value [CLV].
      In Are You Making Any of These 6 Marketing Mistakes?