Tuesday, September 28 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Wiley - Should I Become a CPA? Yes, and Here’s How.
Should I Become a CPA? Yes, and Here’s How. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2021 | 1:00-2:00 P.M. PST
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The CPA is the most universally recognized and prestigious designation for accounting professionals in the US. Becoming a CPA is a challenging goal, but it’s one that is rewarding and within your reach. Join us for a one-hour information session where you will learn why you should earn your CPA, how it will distinguish your career, and the steps to becoming one. Who is this webinar for? If you are an accounting student or recent graduate thinking about earning your CPA and need more information to make your decision, this one-hour webinar information session is for you. You will learn all about: Reasons to become a CPA. What does a CPA do? CPA versus accountant Importance of the CPA designation Demand for CPAs Expected Salaries Steps to Earning Your CPA 4 E's to lincesure: Education, Examination, Ethics, and Experience CPA Exam Requirements Overview of the CPA Exam CPA Exam application process How to study for and pass the CPA Exam Q&As with the expert Get the answers to your most pressing questions: Can’t attend live? You should still register! We’ll send you the recording after the webinar. Why is the CPA designation valuable and what makes it so special? What is the difference between a CPA and an accountant? What is the job outlook for CPAs? How much can I expect to earn as a CPA? What are the requirements to take the CPA Exam and become licensed? How do I apply to take the CPA Exam? What content is tested on the CPA Exam? What types of questions are on the CPA Exam? What are some free tools I can start using now to experience the CPA Exam? And more!
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