Once a candidate passes the exam and applies for a CPA license, they'll need to select one of the pathways: Pathway 1 -- Designed for those who will practice only in California and requires: * A bachelor's degree; * 24 semester units in accounting-related subjects; * 24 semester units in business-related subjects (accounting courses beyond the 24 required units may apply toward the business units); * Passing the Uniform CPA Exam; * Two years of general accounting experience in public practice, private industry or government supervised by an actively licensed CPA; and * Passing an ethics course.
What does GA stand for?
GA stands for General Accounting
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 105 other meanings of GA in our Acronym Attic
- Garage (real estate)
- Garuda Indonesia Airline - Indonesia (IATA airline code)
- Gary Allan (country music artist)
- Gas Analysis
- Gastric Analysis
- Gate Array
- Gay Asian
- Geekarea (website)
- General Accident (British Insurance Company)
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The general accounting program is designed to make it possible for students to co-major in related disciplines such as finance, marketing, international business and information systems.
Tony Sinisi, a member of the audit team, explained that before 1989, the General Accounting Office handled post-audits well after carriers had actually been paid for shipping.
Formulary apportionment and minimum tax proposals have significant policy and administrative disadvantages, which have been summarized by the General Accounting Office in a 1992 report.
15, the Congressional Budget Office and White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) delivered their forecasts of the FY'86 deficit to the General Accounting Office, together with their estimates of the across-the-board spending cuts -- called sequestrations -- that would be required to comply with the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings (GRH) law.
If you're a CPA in industry with an active license, you can supervise CPA candidates getting their general accounting or attest experience for Pathways 1 and 2.