US speeds up path to accountant qualification due to shortage.

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  • Accountant shortage in the US prompts plan for quicker path to qualification.
  • Proposed changes aim to address the shortage of accountants by streamlining the qualification process.

The shortage of accountants in the US has led to a proposal for a quicker path to qualification in order to address the issue. The plan aims to streamline the process of becoming a qualified accountant by making the qualifications more accessible and achievable for aspiring professionals. This move comes in response to the increasing demand for accountants in various sectors of the economy.

The proposed changes include reducing the number of exams required to qualify as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and allowing candidates to gain experience during their studies. These changes are expected to make the qualification process more efficient and attract more individuals to pursue a career in accounting.

The plan also emphasizes the importance of providing support and resources to candidates to help them succeed in their qualification journey. By making the process more accessible and inclusive, the hope is that more qualified accountants will enter the workforce, helping to meet the growing demand for accounting professionals in the US.

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