The Certified Accounting Analyst license is America's #1 accreditation for accounting analysts.
The Certified Accounting Analyst license assures employers and clients of your accounting analysis knowledge, skill, experience, and ethics.
The Certified Accounting Analyst license is the premier accreditation for accounting analysts. The license allows you to place "CAA" behind your name and assures employers and clients of your accounting analysis knowledge, skill, experience, and ethics.
The nationally recognized Certified Accounting Analyst license helps you:
The Certified Accounting Analyst license validates your knowledge, skill, and experience in:
You obtain and maintain your Certified Accounting Analyst license by:
If you do not possess an associate or bachelor's degree in accounting, you may substitute the requirement by passing the following courses:
You should not complete the CAA Application for Licensure (Application) until you have passed the Uniform Certified Accounting Analyst Examination, possess an associate or bachelor's degree in accounting or completed the Education Alternative, and agree to abide by the CAA Code of Professional Conduct. The 16 hours of CPE credit annual requirement begins once you obtain your CAA license.
The Application is available as a downloadable, fillable PDF file. PDF reader software, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, is needed to view or print the document. The Reader is available as a free download from the Adobe website.
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To access the Application, click Certified Accounting Analyst Application for Licensure.
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