RALEIGH — The North Carolina State Board of Certified Public Accountant Examiners announced 209 North Carolina candidates successfully completed the Uniform CPA Examination during the July-September 2015 testing window.
The Uniform CPA Examiniation consists of four sections — auditing and attestation, business environment and concepts, financial accounting and reporting, and regulation. These four sections represent 14 hours of testing. The purpose of the Uniform CPA Examiniation is to provide assurance those individuals who pass the CPA examination possess the level of technical knowledge and the skills necessary for initial licensure in protection of the public interest.
The successful candidates must now meet the education, work experience and moral character requirements of the board to become license as CPAs in the state of North Carolina.
Successful candidates include Stephen Matthew Juras of East Bend, Jeffrey Neil Wood of Elkin, Wade William Lewis of Mount Airy and Nathan Todd Bell of Roaring River.