Certified Public Accountant (CPA)


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Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is a designation given by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants to those who meet education and experience requirements and pass an exam. For the most part, the accounting industry is self-regulated. The CPA designation helps enforce professional standards in the industry
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Ms. Raghavi Shankar
CPA is an accounting professional with over 8 years experience in auditing and t.. more>>
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Course Overview
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is a designation given by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants to those who meet education and experience requirements and pass an exam.
For the most part, the accounting industry is self-regulated. The CPA designation helps enforce professional standards in the industry. Other countries have certifications equivalent to the certified public accountant. For example, in Canada, the equivalent to a CPA is Chartered Accountants (CA).

Course Curriculum
1 Conceptual Framework and Standard Setting Process Preview 15:52
2 Chp1 Q & A with explanation 15:07
Conceptual Framework and Standard Setting  
3 Financial Statements and Reporting Part 1 09:41
4 Financial Statements and Reporting Part 2 17:32
5 Chp2 Q & A with explanation 12:34
Financial Statements and Reporting  
6 Cash and Bank Balances 12:10
7 Chp3 Q & A with explanation 15:11
Cash and Bank Balances  
8 Accounts Receivable And Notes Receivable 17:51
9 Chp4 Q & A with explanation 15:16
Accounts Receivable and Notes Receivable  
10 Inventory (Part 1) 18:13
11 Chp5 Q & A with explanation 15:27
Inventory (Part 1)  
12 Inventory (Part 2) 18:23
13 Chp6 Q & A with explanation 15:37
Inventory (Part 2)  
14 Property Plant and Equipment Basics 09:19
15 Chp7 Q & A with explanation 15:51
Property, Plant and Equipment - Basics  
16 Property Plant and Equipment Natural Resources 15:03
17 Chp8 Q & A with explanation 15:53
Property, Plant and Equipment - Natural Resources  
18 Property Plant and Equipment Others 15:11
19 Chp9 Q & A with explanation 10:47
Property, Plant and Equipment - Others  
20 Basics of Intangible Assets 17:22
21 Chp10 Q & A with explanation 15:58
Basics of Intangible Assets  
22 Intangible Assets Others 15:07
23 Chp11 Q & A with explanation 16:02
Intangible Assets - Others  
24 Investments Part 1 12:38
25 Chp12 Q & A with explanation 16:10
Investments (Part 1)  
26 Investments Part 2 12:23
27 Chp13 Q & A with explanation 16:14
Investments (Part 2)  
28 Non Monetary Exchanges 12:29
29 Chp14 Q & A with explanation 16:18
Non Monetary Exchange  
30 Accrued Liabilities And Provisions 16:35
31 Chp15 Q & A with explanation 16:27
Accured Liabilities and Payables  
32 Bonds Payable 16:51
33 Chp16 Q & A with explanation 16:30
Bonds Payable  
34 Refinancing And Troubled Debts 17:01
35 Chp17 Q & A with explanation 16:32
Refinancing and Troubled Debts  
36 Owners Equity Part 1 17:43
37 Chp18 Q & A with explanation 16:42
Owner's Equity  
38 Owners Equity Part 2 17:56
39 Chp19 Q & A with explanation 16:49
Owner's Equity (Part 2)  
40 Revenue Recognition 10:50
41 Chp20 Q & A with explanation 16:57
Revenue Recognition  
42 Income Taxes 11:11
43 Chp21 Q & A with explanation 17:07
44 EPS, Segments & Interim Reporting, Ratios 15:16
45 Chp22 Q & A with explanation 17:18
46 Statement Of Cash Flows 15:27
47 Chp23 Q & A with explanation 17:22
48 Business Combinations Part 1 13:23
49 Chp24 Q & A with explanation 17:26
50 Business Combinations Part 2 13:36
51 Chp25 Q & A with explanation 17:30
52 Foreign Currency Transactions And Financial Statements 13:48
53 Chp26 Q & A with explanation 17:41
54 Accounting For Leases 12:32
55 Chp27 Q & A with explanation 17:45
56 Accounting Changes And Error Corrections 12:38
57 Chp28 Q & A with explanation 17:53
58 Deferred Compensation Policies 14:56
59 Chp29 Q & A with explanation 17:57
60 Derivatives And Hedging 15:22
61 Chp30 Q & A with explanation 18:06
62 Accounting And Reporting For Private Not For Profit Entities 15:36
63 Chp31 Q & A with explanation 18:18
64 Financial Reporting Of Governmental Entities Part 1 15:51
65 Chp32 Q & A with explanation 18:23
66 Financial Reporting Of Governmental Entities Part 2 16:04
67 Chp33 Q & A with explanation 18:31
68 Basics To Auditing 13:00
69 Chp1 Q & Awith explanation 17:39
70 Planning an Audit (Part 1) 13:10
71 Chp2 Q & A with explanation 17:45
72 Planning an Audit (Part 2) 13:22
73 Chp3 Q & A with explanation 17:51
74 Internal Control Concepts 13:34
75 Chp4 Q & A with explanation 18:01
76 Internal Control Transaction Cycles 13:43
77 Chp5 Q & A with explanation 18:08
78 Audit Evidence (Part 1) 13:56
79 Chp6 Q & A with explanation 18:16
80 Audit Evidence (Part 2) 14:08
81 Chp7 Q & A with explanation 18:24
82 Audit Evidence Specific Transactions 14:20
83 Chp8 Q & A with explanation 18:31
84 Audit Sampling 14:36
85 Chp9 Q & A with explanation 18:35
86 Audit Reports (Part 1) 14:57
87 Chp10 Q & A with explanation 18:40
88 Information Technology Auditing 14:45
89 Chp11 Q & A with explanation 18:49
90 Audit Reports (Part 2) 15:11
91 Chp12 Q & A with explanation 18:51
92 Audit Reports (Part 3) 15:21
93 Chp13 Q & A with explanation 18:57
94 Other Reports (Part 1) 15:32
95 Chp14 Q & A with explanation 19:01
96 Other Reports (Part 2) 11:20
97 Chp15 Q & A with explanation 19:05
98 Other Reports (Part 3) 11:32
99 Chp16 Q & A with explanation 19:09
100 Other Professional Services (Part 1) 11:43
101 Chp17 Q & A with explanation 19:11
102 Other Professional Services (Part 2) 12:05
103 Chp18 Q & A with explanation 19:15
104 Ethics and Professional Responsibilities (Part 1) 12:17
105 Chp19 Q & A with explanation 19:19
106 Ethics and Professional Responsibilities (Part 2) 12:28
107 Chp20 Q & A with explanation 19:23
108 Ethics and Professional Responsibilities (Part 3) 11:02
109 Chp21 Q & A withexplanation 19:29

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility criteria for CPA

CPAs are required to get a bachelor's degree in business administration, finance or accounting. They are also required to complete 150 hours of education and have no less than two years of public accounting experience. CPAs must pass a certification exam; certification requirements vary by state. Additionally, they must complete a specific number of continuing hours of education yearly.

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Course Expert
Ms. Raghavi Shankar
CPA is an accounting professional with over 8 years experience in auditing and taxation. She has worked with a wide portfolio of listed and private clients in manufacturing, technology, retail, trading and medical sectors. Has experience in audit and taxation in PwC across various industries. She has also worked with KPMG in their Mergers & Acquisitions, Tax team by structuring and supporting M&A activities and strategy projects.

EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS

• Certified Public Accountant (CPA), NASBA (California Board of Accountancy)
• Chartered Accountancy, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
• Company Secretary, Institute of Company Secretaries of India
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