Certified Public Accountants are skilled and trusted
experts committed to the public good.
Earning the CPA designation takes more than passing rigorous exams, gaining work experience, and engaging in lifelong learning. It requires commitment to integrity, objectivity, competence, trust, and service – for clients, employers, and the public.
The profession is built on this commitment. That’s why you’ll find CPAs advising on critical decisions in every sector including government, healthcare, education, businesses large and small, and nonprofit organizations. Because of their size, industry, or niche, clients and employers know they can depend on CPAs to advance their best interests.
In an increasingly fast-paced, interconnected world, the work of CPAs – and the skill and trust it’s built on – is more valuable than ever.