Becoming a Certified Public Accountant – requires some study and preparation. You should spend time studying and finding out about your state’s requirements. You should also seek out opportunities to attend classes and take continuing education courses that can help you improve upon your knowledge.

In order to become a Certified Public Accountant you will need to pass the NCR examination and you will need to complete a state-approved training course. In order to qualify, you must also be employed and have worked for at least five years as a CPA for at least two years, and have passed a state board approved exam before you can apply for certification.

Some other important requirements for becoming a CPA are to have passed a state exam, hold a bachelor’s degree, and work for two years as a professional accountant, and then work for at least five years as a certified public accountant before you can become an accountant. If you are currently working as a certified public accountant, you will be required to undergo training and take a state board approved refresher exam every four years.

In order to become a Certified Professional Accountant, you will need to complete a two-year program in a classroom setting that provides detailed training. The program must include classroom study as well as practical work experience. A combination of classroom learning plus work experience can result in the successful completion of the NCR exam in two years.