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NEXT VERSION OF THE CPA EXAM - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

BOARD'S POSITION ON REQUESTS FOR EXTENSIONS/WAIVERS OF PEER REVIEW

USE OF CPA TITLE

BOARD'S ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING POLICY ON RECORDING DEVICES AT HEARINGS

 

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The Kansas Board of Accountancy's (KSBOA) web site is a free service intended to provide useful information regarding CPAs and the practice of public accountancy in the State of Kansas. While the Board strives to provide accurate and reliable information, the Board does not warrant the accuracy of every item of information provided online and accepts no liability for damages of any kind resulting from reliance on this information.

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The public's need for accounting services of a high quality gave rise to the designation "Certified Public Accountant (CPA)" as a means of identifying those accountants who have met certain minimum state qualifications in higher education, ability, and public accounting experience. The Kansas Board of Accountancy is a regulatory body authorized to carry out the laws and administrative regulations governing CPAs..

 

 

 






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