Vermont CPA Requirements
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CPA Exam Requirements
Credit Requirements: No requirement
Minimum Degree: Baccalaureate Degree
Additional Requirements: 30 semester hours of upper division accounting, including 6 hours financial accounting, 3 hours auditing, 3 hours US income tax, 3 hours US business law, and 3 hours ethics
Citizenship: U.S. Citizenship is not required
Minimum Age: None
Additional Requirements: It is not necessary to be a resident, employee, or keep office(s) in the state
Social Security Requirement: Yes
Educational Requirement: 150 hours (including Bachelor's Degree)
Participates in International Exam Program: Yes
Experience Requirements: 1 year experience which shall include public accounting experience and must include 500 hours of attest, of which no less than 200 hours must be related to the audit function
Ethics Exam: Pass the Ethics Exam within 2 years of filing for license
|Initial Application Fees||$150|
*$75 re-examination application fee