AICPA Solicits Feedback on Next Version of CPA Exam 

Published September 02, 2014

Accounting Today reports that the AICPA has issued Invitation to Comment – Maintaining the Relevance of the Uniform CPA Examination. This is the first document available for public comment in the Practice Analysis, a comprehensive research study that the AICPA said it is conducting to determine the outline for the next Uniform CPA Exam.

The document explains the stages of the Practice Analysis and includes results from the AICPA’s preliminary research, along with specific questions about the potential changes under consideration.

“The Invitation to Comment is an opportunity for key stakeholders such as state boards of accountancy, standard setters, public accounting firms, academics and state CPA societies to review our preliminary research and provide feedback,” said AICPA vice president of examinations Michael A. Decker.

Stakeholders are invited to comment on any or all of the proposals, all of which address AICPA’s initial research finding, by the deadline of December 2nd.


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