On the move: Answers to the most common CPA mobility questions

Hosted by Chris Baysden

CPA mobility is a key consideration for CPAs and aspiring CPAs, who often have a lot of questions about whether their licenses and credentials will be recognized in a different state. In this episode of the JofA podcast, guest Lindsay Patterson of the AICPA joins the show to help answer some of the most common questions.

What you’ll learn in this podcast:

  • How profession leaders are working in support of laws that enable CPA mobility.
  • How individual mobility differs from firm mobility.
  • What happens if a student takes the CPA Exam in one state but wants to get licensed in another state.
  • How other AICPA credentials, such as PFS, CFF, or CITP, are recognized among different states.

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