The most respected and valued credential in audit and business

United States Certified Public Accountant
(US CPA)

Be a US CPA in 6 steps!

The most respected and valued credential in audit and business

United States Certified Public Accountant
(US CPA)

Be a US CPA in 6 steps!

Be in demand

Thanks to increasing globalization, the world is in need of more CPAs than ever before as a result of:

    1. Widespread adoption of IFRS
    2. Greater focus on ethics
    3. Tighter industry regulations
    4. Fast-growing profession

    Whats’s in it for you?

    Higher salary, more jobs stability, greater career opportunities and more!

    What do you learn?

    • Auditing procedures, standards and practical application
    • Greater focus on ethics
    • Accounting principles for business not-for-profit organizations, and public sector
    • Business concepts, analysis and application
    • Regulation including taxation, ethics, and business law
    Be a US CPA in 6 steps!

    01  |  Qualify

    To take the US CPA Exam, you must meet certain requirements set by the state or jurisdiction you are applying to. Let Global International Management advise you on your eligibility.

    Free CPA Assessment!

    Are You Eligible for the US CPA? Get in touch via our FREE preliminary instant consultation form.

    02  |  Enroll

    Set your sights on success by partnering with Global International Management. It’s easy to enroll and get started with your US CPA journey.

    03  |  Apply

    Find out where, when & how to apply to sit for your US CPA Exam. Global International Management helps you with the complete application process.

    04  |  Becker

    Numbers speak for themselves. Join the 1 million+ CPA candidates who have prepared with Becker.

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    We designed our rigorous coaching system and Becker US CPA Exam Review to give you the right tools to prepare you, mentally and emotionally, for that moment of truth. Expert instructors and powerful practice tools, all working together to give you the confidence you need to make it across the finish line.

    05  |  Exam

    Global International Management makes sure you receive the best preparation for your exams. Get the full idea of what to expect, the US CPA Exam topics you’ll be tested on and tips for success.

    06  |  License

    As a CPA, you need to maintain your license with CPE credits. Global International Management not only has a full guide on requirements but has a range of CPE offerings to help you meet them.

    Are you ready to become US CPA?

    US CPA Exam Review Curriculum

    All your questions about the US CPA Exam have an answer right here.
    Auditing and Attestation

    Combining the technical aspects of accountancy with the skills to put them into practice, this section gives you a full induction into auditing procedures and standards.

     This section covers:

    ✔ Ethics, Professional Responsibilities and General Principles.

    ✔ Assessing Risk and Developing a Planned Response.

    ✔ Performing Further Procedures and Obtaining Evidence.

    ✔ Forming Conclusions and Reporting.

     

     

    Business Environment and Concepts

    By the time you finish this section you’ll have a 360-degree knowledge of the workings of business, giving you valuable insight to put into practice.

    This section covers:

    ✔ Corporate Governance.

    ✔ Economic Concepts and Analysis.

    ✔ Financial Management.

    ✔ Information Systems and Communications.

    ✔ Operations Management.

     

    Financial Accounting and Reporting

    You will gain all the skills required to apply accounting principles to private & public sector entities, as well as NGOs. You will also have to demonstrate knowledge in U.S. GAAP and IFRS Accounting Standards.

    This section covers:

    ✔ Conceptual Framework and Financial Reporting.

    ✔ Select Financial Statements Accounts.

    ✔ Select Transactions.

    ✔ State and Local Governments.

     

    Regulation

    In this section you will explore aspects of regulation that gain valuable skills that you can apply in the business world.

    This section covers:

    ✔ Ethics, Professional Responsibilities, and Federal Tax  Procedures.

    ✔ Business law.

    ✔ Federal Taxation of Property Transactions.

    ✔ Federal Taxation of Individuals.

    ✔ Federal Taxation of Entities.

     

    YOUR US CPA Exam

    All your questions about the US CPA Exam have an answer right here.

    Financial Accounting and Reporting
    • Q: What’s in the test?
    • A: Ethics, Professional Responsibilities and General Principles | 15%-25%
    • Assessing Risk and Developing a Planned Response | 20%-30%
    • Performing Further Procedures and Obtaining Evidence | 30%-40%
    • Forming Conclusions and Reporting | 15%-25%
    • Q: What’s in the test?
    • A: Multiple-Choice Questions:
    • All 4 parts of the CPA exam contain multiple choice questions based on the topics in the Content Specification Outlines (CSOs).
    • Task-Based Simulations:
    • Following multiple choice questions you will be given simulated real-life work situations. Here you will demonstrate skills, such as searching databases or working with spreadsheets.
    • Q: When can I take the exam?
    • A: You’ll need to schedule your exams to fall within the following testing windows each year:
    • January-February
    • March first 10 days
    • April – May
    • June the first 10 days
    • July – August
    • September first 10 days
    • October – November
    • December first 10 days
    Business Environment and Concepts
    • Q: What’s in the test?
    • A: Corporate Governance | 17%-27%
    • Economic Concepts and Analysis | 17%-27%
    • Financial Management | 11%-21%
    • Information Systems and Communications | 15%-25%
    • Operations Management | 15%-25%
    • Q: What’s in the test?
    • A: Multiple-Choice Questions:
    • All 4 parts of the CPA exam contain multiple choice questions based on the topics in the Content Specification Outlines (CSOs).
    • Task-Based Simulations:
    • Following multiple choice questions you will be given simulated real-life work situations. Here you will demonstrate skills, such as searching databases or working with spreadsheets.
    • Q: When can I take the exam?
    • A: You’ll need to schedule your exams to fall within the following testing windows each year:
    • January-February
    • March first 10 days
    • April – May
    • June the first 10 days
    • July – August
    • September first 10 days
    • October – November
    • December first 10 days
    Auditing and Attestation
    • Q: What’s in the test?
    • A: Ethics, Professional Responsibilities and General Principles | 15%-25%
    • Assessing Risk and Developing a Planned Response | 20%-30%
    • Performing Further Procedures and Obtaining Evidence | 30%-40%
    • Forming Conclusions and Reporting | 15%-25%
    • Q: What’s in the test?
    • A: Multiple-Choice Questions:
    • All 4 parts of the CPA exam contain multiple choice questions based on the topics in the Content Specification Outlines (CSOs).
    • Task-Based Simulations:
    • Following multiple choice questions you will be given simulated real-life work situations. Here you will demonstrate skills, such as searching databases or working with spreadsheets.
    • Q: When can I take the exam?
    • A: You’ll need to schedule your exams to fall within the following testing windows each year:
    • January-February
    • March first 10 days
    • April – May
    • June the first 10 days
    • July – August
    • September first 10 days
    • October – November
    • December first 10 days
    Regulation
    • Q: What’s in the test?
    • A: Ethics, Professional Responsibilities, and Federal Tax Procedures | 10%-20%
    • Business Law | 10%-20%
    • Federal Taxation of Individuals | 15%-25%
    • Federal Taxation of Entities | 28%-38%
    • Q: What’s in the test?
    • A: Multiple-Choice Questions:
    • All 4 parts of the CPA exam contain multiple choice questions based on the topics in the Content Specification Outlines (CSOs).
    • Task-Based Simulations:
    • Following multiple choice questions you will be given simulated real-life work situations. Here you will demonstrate skills, such as searching databases or working with spreadsheets.
    • Q: When can I take the exam?
    • A: You’ll need to schedule your exams to fall within the following testing windows each year:
    • January-February
    • March first 10 days
    • April – May
    • June the first 10 days
    • July – August
    • September first 10 days
    • October – November
    • December first 10 days

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