July 17, 2018 at 8:16 am #1887235AnonymousInactive
Finally, I passed the 4 parts. But, I faced an obstacle in order to get my license.
I am an applicant of New Hampshire. they require 150 hr of education, NASBA only gave my 120 during my evaluation.
So, I need extra 30 hr. please any one could help me by suggesting different and affordable ways to gain extra 30 hrs.
I am not a US. applicant/resident (I am Egyptian) and I need to be licensed.
Thanks in advance.
I can help any one with his exam by explaining any needed area.
RegardsJuly 17, 2018 at 10:21 am #1887343ReckedParticipant
Search or review the threads here.
There are lots of topics covering the quickest and cheapest ways to get an additional 30 credit hours, including online community college courses.
I don't know the names of any off the top of my head, but you can find them easily enough within the tops 5 pages of posts here, or use the search feature.July 17, 2018 at 8:10 pm #1888156junodobiParticipant
It depends on what you need. If you met all accounting/business requirements, community colleges might be an option. Here in WA state they helped me get a few missing credits!July 18, 2018 at 4:33 am #1888378CPAfitParticipant
You can do the remaining 30 credit hours through University of North Alabama online courses. I am also an international candidate and I was lacking 15 credit hours so I did mine from here. There courses are accepted by the New Hampshire state board so no need to worry about that. Although not cheap, it's worthwhile especially for people who have commitments and require flexibility. The courses are self taught and use the Wiley material throughout. So if you've already passed the CPA exam, this should a walk in the park for you. I am attaching the link to the University for your reference.July 19, 2018 at 7:35 am #1889772AnonymousInactive
I already went through the previous topics, But after communicating with some colleges part of them are not acceptable from NH the others are complicated because I am an Int. applicant.
Thank you for your help, I think NASBA evaluated me without any deficit in particular topic. The only matter is 150 hr.
You are so kind, you can't imagine how you helped me by your response I already surfed their website before, but I picked a wrong choice. Can you inform me the courses you attended there?
Thank you for your help.July 19, 2018 at 8:44 am #1889868CPAfitParticipant
First, I contacted NASBA just to make sure that the courses I'll choose will be accepted by them and will count towards my remaining credit hours. Once I got the green light from them , I chose the following 6 courses:
-Financial Accounting and reporting I
-Financial Accounting and reporting II
-Financial Accounting and reporting III
-Federal Income Tax I
-Federal Income Tax II
-Financial Statement AuditingOctober 22, 2019 at 12:31 am #2761674WKZParticipant
I'm assuming from your badge that you have obtained your CPA license and that NASBA gave you the green light on those courses, so congratulation!
I'm in the same boat as you were to obtain additional credit to fulfill 150 hours and I'm planning to register for the 6 courses you have mentioned above, but I'm still a bit worried about if those courses are still acceptable in NH because different threads I have been reading, could you share with me the email you contacted at NASBA to make sure the eligibility of these courses still stand.
I appreciate the help.