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Accounting

Guide to sources of accounting, auditing and tax information

Professional Certifications

  1. Accounting-Related Certifications and Credentials
    Website: http://www.accountingcoach.com/careers/accounting-cma-exam#accounting-related-certifications-and-credentials

    Lists U.S. accounting-related certifications and other credentials, the sponsoring organizations, and their web addresses.
     
  2. CMA Examination Official Site
    Website: http://www.accountingcoach.com/careers/accounting-cma-exam

    Provides information on the professional and financial benefits of the Certified Management Accountant certification, the contents of the exam, and exam prep recommendations.
     
  3. CPA Examination Official Site
    Website:  http://www.aicpa.org/BECOMEACPA/CPAEXAM/Pages/CPAExam.aspx

    Orients prospective exam candidates to the format, content, navigation, and tools of the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) examination. Includes a tutorial and sample tests.

State Requirements

  1. National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA)
    Website: http://www.nasba.org

    Provides links to the state boards that set the licensing and education requirements for accountants in the U.S. and to listings of the types of accounting licenses and privileges offered by each state.

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