Certified Public Accountant (CPA®)

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Certified Public Accountant (CPA®)

A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is the highest standard of competence in the field of Accountancy across the globe.

A CPA (or Certified Public Accountant) is a trusted financial advisor who helps individuals, businesses, and other organizations plan and reach their financial goals. Whatever that goals-saving for a new home, opening a new office, or planning a multi-billion dollar merger –CPAs can help.

If you ever consider a career in accounting and want an illustrious career, CPA is the best option for you. CPAs are globally recognized as premier accountants and are hired across industries throughout the world.

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CPA Course certification opens doors to a wide variety of career options. Some current hot areas in accounting include; Assurance Services, Forensic Accounting, International Accounting, Internal & External Auditing, Tax & Financial Planning, Consulting Services, Forensic Accounting. CPA’s are the most sought after professionals amongst the MNC’s in India. With global recognition, a CPA can always find the best place to work anywhere and a salary with at least 30 – 40% more than the other accounting professionals.

Important Course Information


There are 4 exams in CPA
Auditing & Attestation
Financial Accounting & Reporting
Business Environment & Concepts

How to become CPA?

Pass Uniform CPA examination. Upon passing the CPA Exam, you will receive your CPA certificate. There are other educational and professional work experience requirements for licensure CPA that vary from state to state. Once you have obtained your CPA license to practice, you will need to take continuing professional education courses annually to retain your license.

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Course Outline


Module 1: BEC (Business Environment & Concepts)

This section covers knowledge of the general business environment and business concepts that candidates need to know in order to understand the underlying business reasons for and accounting implications of business transactions, and the skills needed to apply that knowledge.

  • Corporate Governance
  • Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Globalization
  • Financial Risk Management, Forecasting Analysis
  • Corporate Capital Structure
  • Working Capital
  • Short-Term Financing and Capital Budgeting and Corporate Performance
  • IT Roles, Systems, and Processing, IT Software and Data Organization, IT Networks and
  • Electronic Commerce, IT Security
  • Strategic Planning and Budgeting Concepts, Budgeting
  • Quality Considerations and Benchmarking, Responsibility Accounting and Other Topics
  • Costing Fundamentals, Costing Systems and Variances

Module 2: AUD (Auditing & Attestations)

This section covers knowledge of auditing procedures, generally accepted auditing standards and other standards related to attest engagements, and the skills needed to apply that knowledge.

  • Engagement Responsibilities.
  • Professional Responsibilities, Risk Assessment, Strategic Planning Issues
  • Internal Control Concepts and Information Technology, Internal Control –Sales-Receivables-Cash Receipts Cycle, Internal Control –Purchases, Payroll, and Other Cycles
  • Responses to Assessed Risks, Internal Control Communications and Repo
  • Evidence –Objectives and Nature, Evidence –The Sales-Receivables-Cash Cycle, Evidence –The Purchases-Payables-Inventory Cycle
  • Evidence –Other Assets, Liabilities, and Equities, Evidence –Key Considerations, Evidence –Sampling
  • Reports –Opinions and Disclaimers, Reports –Other Modifications, Review, Compilation, and Special Reports
  • Related Reporting Topics, Governmental Audits

Module 3: FAR (Financial Accounting & Reporting)

This section covers knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles for business enterprises, not for-profit organizations, and governmental entities, and the skills needed to apply that knowledge.

  • The Financial Reporting Environment, Financial Statements
  • Income Statement Items, Financial Statement Disclosure
  • Cash and Investments, Receivables
  • Inventories, Property, Plant, Equipment, and Depletable Resources
  • Intangible Assets and Other Capitalization Issues, Payables and Taxes
  • Employee Benefits, Noncurrent Liabilities
  • Leases and Contingencies, Equity
  • Business Combinations and Consolidated Financial Reporting, Derivatives, Hedging
  • Governmental Accounting, Governmental Reporting
  • Not-for-Profit Concepts, Not-for-Profit Accounting, and Reporting

Module 4: REG (Regulation & Taxation)

This section covers knowledge of federal taxation, ethics, professional and legal responsibilities, and business law, and the skills needed to apply that knowledge.

  • Ethics and Professional Responsibilities, CPAs and the Law
  • Agency, Contracts
  • Sales and Secured Transactions, Negotiable Instruments and Related Topics
  • Debtor-Creditor Relationships, Regulation, and Certain Business Entities
  • Corporations, Federal Tax Legislation, Procedures, and Planning
  • Gross Income, Deductions
  • Tax Computations, Property Transactions
  • Corporate Taxable Income, Corporate Tax Computations
  • Corporate Tax Special Topics, S Corporations
  • Partnerships and Exempt Organizations, Estates, Trusts, and Wealth Transfer Taxes
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