Tax Accounting Programs in New Hampshire
As of 2021, the total CPA exam fee in New Hampshire is $963.
New Hampshire state law requires tax auditors and other accounting professionals to pass the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam and possess a minimum of a bachelor degree. The degree must include at least 120 hours of college-level coursework, including 12 semester hours of accounting and 12 semester hours of other business courses. There is an initial $220 application fee to take the exam as well as a separate fee assessed for the audit, financial, regulation and business portions. The total exam fee as of late 2013 is $943.20.
As of May 2020, accounting professionals earned an average salary of $75,050 in New Hampshire, while tax preparers here earned an average salary of $48,220. Between 2018 and 2028, the number of accountant and auditor jobs in the state is projected to increase by 8.1%, and the number of tax preparer jobs is projected to increase by 8%.
About 620 annual job openings for accountants and 50 annual job openings for tax preparers are expected during this ten-year period leading to 2028 due to a combination of new job growth, retirements, and natural job turnover.
May 2020 Bureau of Labor Statistics salary and job market trends for accountants and auditors and tax preparers. Figures represent state data, not school specific information. Conditions in your area may vary. Data accessed April 2021.