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U.S. CPAs (Certified Public Accountants) who are, or have been, Canadian residents must meet certain additional requirements.
Applicants who wrote one or more parts of the U.S. Uniform CPA examination while:
- Being a resident of Canada; or
- After they returned as a resident to Canada; or
- After they became a resident of Canada
Apart from the eligibility requirements mentioned above, if candidates have obtained either of these:
- A University degree from an authorised degree granting institution in USA (United States of America).This degree must have been given after the student attends the institution physically or on a full-time basis.
- Or the candidate should have at least one year of full-time practical experience in accounting in USA.
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CPA Canada is also known as Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. It is basically the national organization that represents the Canadian accounting profession through the unification of the three biggest accounting organizations: CMA Canada, CGA Canada, & CICA. Canada made a big decision by merging its accounting qualifications - CA, CMA, CGA into one big ‘CPA’.
CPA Canada is one of the prestigious accounting organizations globally and is immensely respected in the business, government and non-profit sectors.
U.S. CPAs can hold CPA Canada certification without additional exams.
CPA Canada Requirements:
- Part 1 : 2hrs 30Min125 MCQ’s
- Part 2 : 2hrs 100 MCQ’s
- Part 3 : 2hrs100 MCQ’s
From January 1, 2018, Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) has been established between
- All Canadian CPA bodies
- International Qualifications Appraisal Board (IQAB), representing AICPA and NASBA.
According to Payscale, the average salary of a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Canada is C$61,708.
- Confirm that you are a U.S. CPA
- Listing all relevant experience
- Submit the documents that are needed
- Then obtain Canadian CPA credential