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Virtual CPA Exam Workshops

Presented by The Kentucky Society of CPAs and Becker Professional Education. 

February 10, 2022; 5:30-7:30 pm EST - REGISTER HERE

Each workshop offers a CPA Exam Information Session. A representative from the Kentucky State Board of Accountancy will provide an overview of the application process, and newly-licensed CPAs will share their Exam experience. Door prizes will also be given away! Tell your friends who might be interested in attending! 

Contact Robin Miller for more information: rmiller@kycpa.org.

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