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24.201.502 ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
(1) To be issued an initial permit to practice under 37-50-203, MCA, an applicant must provide evidence of acceptable accounting and auditing experience.
(2) Accounting and auditing experience will be considered acceptable by the board if satisfactory evidence is presented of having performed accounting and auditing functions ordinarily required in the practice of public accounting, provided this experience:
(a) be attested to by a holder of a permit to practice; and
(b) takes place in the three years prior to the date of the application for permit to practice; and
(c) includes at least 12 calendar months (2000 hours actual work experience) of private, governmental, academic, or public accounting work acceptable to the board.

Washington
The experience must: * Be obtained through the practice of public accounting and/or employment in industry or government. In certain situations employment in academia may also provide experience to obtain some or all of the competency requirements. It may also be obtained through one or more employers, with or without compensation, and may consist of a combination of full-time and part-time employment. * The employment experience should demonstrate that it occurred in a work environment and included tasks sufficient to have provided an opportunity to obtain the competencies and: * Total a minimum of 12-months (this time period does not need to be consecutive); * Total minimum of 2,000 hours; * Provided the opportunity to utilize the skills generally used in business and accounting and auditing including, but not limited to, accounting for transactions, budgeting, data analysis, internal auditing, preparation of reports to taxing authorities, controllership functions, financial analysis, performance auditing and similar…...

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