Canadian legacy CAs may write the January/February 2017 IQEX exam on or before March 10, 2017, AS LONG AS THEY REGISTER WITH NASBA BEFORE DECEMBER 31,2016. THERE IS STILL ADEQUATE TIME TO PREPARE.

THIS IS THE LAST THREE HOUR EXAM. THE SYLLABUS IS THE SAME AS FOR THE 2016 EXAMS.

The new MRA between Canada, Mexico and the U.S. is still under negotiation and it is unknown whether it will be extended and, if it is, whether former CGAs and CMAs, and/or new Canadian CPAs will qualify.

Fulfill the IRS tax preparer requirements by becoming a U.S. CPA! Combine a world-recognized accounting designation with your professional educational responsibilities

Personalized Live Instruction

Includes all course materials shipped to you upon registration and a 2-day weekend program in Toronto or Vancouver in May/June or September, as well as reasonable email and/or telephone support with course developer Henry Zimmer FCPA (Alberta), CPA (AZ Ret.). The live course provides 14 hours of Continuing Professional Education and the required home study needed to pass the exam is approximately an additional 60 hours.

Self-Study Program

If you are unable to attend a live session, Mr. Zimmer provides a guided self-study program at a reduced fee which includes reasonable email and/or telephone support. The home-study program will qualify registrants for around 60-75 hours of Continuing Professional Education.

International Applicants Welcome

Mr. Zimmer's Comprehensive IQEX Program is also appropriate for Irish, Mexican, New Zealand, and Australian CAs and Hong Kong CPAs

2016 may be your last chance to obtain a U.S. CPA by taking the International Qualifying Exam (IQEX). *

Even if IQEX is carried over beyond 2016, the exam is likely to be extended from three hours to four and will require a substantially greater in-depth knowledge of U.S. taxation. *

* Click here to learn why.

NEW for 2016

The CPA-NOW 2016 materials now include an analysis and discussion of the 26 most likely topics to be tested by the 6 Task Based Simulations.