According to the AICPA, the largest accounting organisation in the world, a Certified Public Accountant possesses the highest level of expertise in the discipline of accounting. Knowledge of US GAAP, GAAS, and US Federal Taxation & Business Laws are all part of the US CPA programme. This gives a CPA a significant edge when dealing with financial institutions with US headquarters or Indian businesses that serve US clientele.
|Part 1||Financial Accounting & Reporting (FAR) – US GAAP|
|Part 2||Auditing & Attestation (AUD) – US Auditing Standards|
|Part 3||Regulation (REG) – US Taxation & Law|
|Part 4||Business Environment & Concepts (BEC) – Business & Finance|
A graduate degree, ideally in the commerce stream, is required for candidates to appear for the Certified Public Accountant Examination.
In some states, B.Com. graduates with an ICAI CA degree are also accepted. Although the requirements for eligibility differ from state to state, you can contact us for further information.
Exams for CPAs – 120 credits
CPA License: 150 credits
Typically, each year of college education awards 30 credits, making a 3-year degree worth 90 credits.
You receive a global passport in the accounting and finance industries from CPA US.
Opportunity with the Big4 & MNCs in India & around the world.
CPAs work in a variety of fields, including Auditing, Tax, Finance, Reporting, etc.
An annual starting salary package of 6 lacs is expected.
Mutual recognition helps in direct membership, with the aid of International Accounting Organizations.