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AICPA convenes Invitation to comment

September 3, 2014
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To meet the demands of the fast changing industry and to keep the quality of CPAs up, the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has invited key stakeholders for their input on the Uniform CPA Examination, shaping the next exam directly via their feedback.

This event is formally known as “Invitation to Comment – Maintaining the Relevance of the Uniform CPA”, the document is the first available for public comment in the Practice Analysis, a research study conducted by the AICPA to mould the next Exam. The document sketches the Practice Analysis and includes results from the AICPA’s preliminary research, as well as specific questions about the potential changes being considered. The AICPA’s research indicates that the skills required of newly-licensed CPAs are evolving at a rapid pace, and that the Exam should mirror that change in order to fully prepare accountants for today's business world.

This event runs from 2nd September to 2nd December!


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