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Course Description:

Obtaining a CPA license means you show your commitment in the career, professionalism, technical aptitude, experience, and expertise in account
CPAs earn more than 20% than a non-certified accountant
Starting salary of $80K up to $110K (these figures are increasing every year)
Many more accounting job options: Tax advisory services, business consultation, auditing, international financial reporting, information technology, management consultation
Career security
Great ethical background and much more easy to earn the trust of customers

Why is becoming a CPA important?

In California:
Bachelor’s degree
24 semester units in accounting-related subjects
24 semester units in business-related subjects
Passing the Uniform CPA Examination
2 years of general accounting experience supervised by a CPA with active license
Passing an ethnics course

CPA Requirements

Anyone who has graduated with an accounting degree and wants to obtain their CPA license

Who should attend:

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Course Content


  • Conceptual Framework Standards, Standard Setting, and Presentation of Financial Statements
  • Financial Statement Accounts: Recognition, Measurement, Valuation, Calculation, Presentation, and Disclosure
  • Specific Transactions, Events, and Disclosures: Recognition, Measurement, Valuation, Calculation, Presentation, and Disclosures
  • Governmental Accounting and Reporting
  • Non-for-Profit Accounting and Reporting



  1.  Auditing and Attestation
  • Determining Nature and Scope of Engagement
  • Considering the Firm’s Policies and Procedures Pertaining to Client Acceptance and Continuance
  • Communicate with the Predecessor Auditor
  • Establish an Understanding with the Client Document the Understanding
  • Considering other Planning Matters
  • Identifying Matters related to Planning and Prepare Documentation for Communications with Those Charged with Governance

2.Auditing and Attestation: Understanding the Entity and Its Environment

  • Determine and Document Materiality
  • Conduct and Document Risk Assessment Discussions
  • Consideration of Fraud: identifying characteristics of fraud, documenting fraud, identifying and assessing risks
  • Perform and Document Risk Assessment Procedures
  • Consider Additional Aspects of the Entity and its Environment
  • Consider Internal Control
  • Document an Understanding of the Entity and its Environment
  • Assess and Document the Risk of Material Misstatements

3.Auditing and Attestation: Performing Audit Procedures and Evaluating Evidence

  • Develop overall responses to risks
  • Perform Audit Procedures Responsive to Risks of Material Misstatement

4.Auditing and Attestation: Evaluating Audit Findings, Communications, and Reporting

  • Perform Overall Analytical Procedures
  • Evaluate the Sufficiency and Appropriateness of Audit Evidence
  • Evaluate whether Audit Documentation is in Accordance
  • Review of the Work Performed by Others
  • Document of Summary of Uncorrected Misstatements and Related Conclusions
  • Evaluate whether Financial Statements are Free of Material Misstatements
  • Consider the Entity’s Ability to Continue as a Going Concern
  • Consider Other Information in Documents Containing Audited Financial Statements
  • Prepare Communications

5.Accounting and Review Services Engagement

  • Plan the Engagement
  • Obtain and Document Evidence to Form a Basis for Conclusions
  • Prepare Communications

6.Professional Responsibilities

  • Ethics and Independence
  • Other Professional Responsibilities


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