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An individual earns the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) professional designation by fulfilling certain education and experience requirements and passing a comprehensive four-part examination. 1 Some states require that candidates have accounting work experience before sitting for the exam. S. 3 The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the national professional organization of CPAs, has also endorsed this movement by requiring that an individual CPA 1 Since 2004, CPA candidates have been allowed to schedule their own exam dates; they may sit for one part at a time because the examination is now computer-based.
8. (To gain a comprehensive understanding of the author summary that follows, you may want to download the full text of Concepts Statement No. ) Financial reporting is done for individual firms, or entities, rather than for industries or the economy as a whole. It is aimed primarily at meeting the needs of external users of accounting information who would not otherwise have access to the firm’s records. Investors, creditors, and financial advisers are the primary users who create At this point, it is unlikely that you will fully grasp and retain all of the details expressed here.
The profession has used these rare circumstances to reaffirm that the public and the profession expect accountants to exhibit a very high level of ethical behavior. In this sense, are accountants really any different from those involved in any other endeavor? 7. What does it mean to state that ethical behavior includes being objective and independent? LO 7 Identify the key elements of ethical behavior for a professional accountant. Q What Does It Mean? Answer on page 25 The Conceptual Framework Various accounting standards have existed for many years.