Vermont CPA requirements
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bahelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
Minimum education requirement
150 semester hours including:
30 semester hours in accounting and business including:
- 6 semester (9 quarter) hours of financial and/or managerial accounting (excluding introductory accounting)
- 3 semester (4.5 quarter) hours of auditing,
- 3 semester (4.5 quarter) hours of US taxation,
- 3 semester (4.5 quarter) hours of US business law
Minimum experience requirement
One year of public accounting experience (2,080 hours) is required.
Licensees submitting evidence of an applicant’s experience must provide proof of holding a license in good standing as a CPA or equivalent license for the period of supervision.
All candidates shall complete a course of study in professional ethics for accountants equivalent to eight hours of continuing professional education that shall include the AICPA Code of Conduct or Vermont accountancy statutes and rules.
Every two years.
80 hours of continuing professional education during the two year period
May carryover from one biennium a maximum of ten continuing professional education hours. The carryover hours cannot be the required eight hours of auditing and accounting or the four hours of ethics.
Licensees must successfully complete at least four hours of continuing education in the subject area of ethics for accountants.
Licensees must successfully complete at least eight hours of continuing education in the subject area of accounting and auditing.
Must be of good moral character.