Can somebody please explain Intuit's ProAdvisor program

Discussion in 'Accounting Software' started by walterbyrd, Nov 28, 2006.

  1. walterbyrd

    walterbyrd Guest

    I can't understand why Intuit is so adverse to straight-forward answers
    to straight-foward questions.

    Anyway:

    1) What is the full cost of becoming a ProAdvisor?

    2) What is the cost of the exam?

    3) Are classes mandatory? If so, what do they cost?

    4) Are online classes offered? What do they cost?

    5) Is there an annual cost?

    6) Is there an experience requirement?

    7) How often must a ProAdvisor re-test?

    Thanks.
     
    walterbyrd, Nov 28, 2006
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  2. walterbyrd

    S.M. Serba Guest

    Answers below:

    walterbyrd wrote:
    > I can't understand why Intuit is so adverse to straight-forward answers
    > to straight-foward questions.
    >
    > Anyway:
    >
    > 1) What is the full cost of becoming a ProAdvisor?


    It depends on which level you choose. There are two: ProAdvisor, and
    Certified ProAdvisor
    It also depends on what country you are in.

    In the US: ProAdvisor membership is $399, with payroll $499,
    certification is included
    In Canada: ProAdvisor is $199, Certified ProAdvisor is $399, both
    include payroll

    >
    > 2) What is the cost of the exam?


    According to the website, nothing.

    >
    > 3) Are classes mandatory? If so, what do they cost?


    There is no cost according to the website.

    >
    > 4) Are online classes offered? What do they cost?


    I believe so. No cost, this is included with your membership.

    >
    > 5) Is there an annual cost?


    You must pay your membership yearly.

    >
    > 6) Is there an experience requirement?


    Not to my knowledge. It is membership in a consultants program.

    >
    > 7) How often must a ProAdvisor re-test?


    I'm not certain. Go here:
    http://accountant.intuit.com/member_programs/qb_advisor/certcoursedetails.aspx#f8
    and check out the FAQ for yourself.

    Stephanie
    >
    > Thanks.
     
    S.M. Serba, Nov 28, 2006
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