Vermont CPA Exam Requirements

Home to over 100 19th century covered bridges, thousands of acres of mountainous slopes, and diverse wildlife, Vermont is the place to be for the CPA who loves nature.View the exam-sitting requirements, licensure requirements, and contact information for the Vermont State Board of Accountancy below.

CPA Exam Requirements

Check if you meet the requirements to sit for the exam.

Age: No Age Requirement
Education: Bachelor's degree of 120 hours is required to sit for the exam. (150 hours is required withing 60 days of exam date)
Citizenship: Citizenship is not required.
Residency: Residency is not required.

Additional Education Requirements

CPA Licensure Requirements

Here’s what you need to become licensed in the state of Vermont.

Education: Bachelor's Degree of 150 semester hours is required.
Experience: 1 year experience which shall include public accounting experience and must include 500 hours of attest, of which no less than 200 hours must be related to the audit function
Ethics: Must complete a course of study in professional ethics for accountants acceptable to the Board

State Board Contacts

Get in touch with your local State Board of Accountancy.

Vermont Board of Public Accountancy
Office of Professional Regulation National Life Building
1 National Life Dr
Montpelier, VT
State Board Website


Initial Application Fee $220.00
AUD $193.45
BEC $173.60
FAR $193.45
REG $173.60
Total $954.10

Schedule Your Exam

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To receive your CPA license additional requirements may be necessary. As fees and rules may change, we recommend contacting your State Board of Accountancy for more information.

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