CPA candidates need to satisfy basic requirements outlined by their State Board of Accountancy. Each of the 55 states or jurisdictions has its own set of fees and CPA Exam requirements for education, residency, and age. Find out what it takes to become a CPA in your state or jurisdiction by selecting a state from the map or list below.
Each of the subsequent CPA Exam requirements state pages include all the information you need to know to get started, as well as a valuable list of contacts, and even basic licensure information. The pages are frequently updated, so please check back often to make sure you have the most current information. And of course, always make sure you complete a CPA Review before sitting for the CPA Exam.
To find out more about becoming a CPA in the USA, visit our CPA USA page.