How do I become a licensed CPA in Wisconsin?
To become a licensed CPA you must:
- Pass all four sections of the CPA Exam in an 18-month window
- Earn 150 credit hours of education, as outlined on the NASBA webpage for Wisconsin
- Acquire one year (2,000 hours) of experience in public accounting or its equivalent under a licensed CPA
- Pass the ethics exam after passing all four sections of the CPA Exam
am I eligible to take the CPA Exam in Wisconsin?
To be eligible to take the CPA exam you must be at least 18 years old, complete 120 credit hours and fulfill the specific educational requirements outlined by the NASBA.