Difference between CPA and CMA


C

Consultant

Are we talking apples and oranges here?
Do we need an undergrad for a CPA?
 
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J

Joe Bruno

Subject: Difference between CPA and CMA
From: "Consultant" (e-mail address removed)
Date: 7/29/2004 9:19 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Message-id: <[email protected]>

Are we talking apples and oranges here?
Do we need an undergrad for a CPA?

In the state of Illinois, an undergrad can be a CPA if he meets the minimum
education requirements for taking the exam. I'm an Illinois CPA myself.

Joe Bruno

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