NASBA has provided licensing and academic credential evaluation services for state boards of accountancy for over 25 years. With a mission to enhance the effectiveness of state boards of accountancy, NASBA works hard to assist state boards with these services and is committed to providing excellent and reliable customer service.
NASBA assists state boards with licensing services including eligibility determination, education evaluation, application processing and customer service to candidates throughout the licensing process.
If you are a current or potential licensing applicant of a state NASBA services, click the appropriate state below to learn more.
Academic Credential Evaluation Service
NASBA provides Academic Credential Evaluation service to four state boards of accountancy. If you are a current or potential licensing applicant of one of the states below, click the appropriate state to learn more.
CredentialNet is an application preparation service that obtains and compiles all documentation needed for CPA licensure on behalf of an applicant. Throughout the application process, the CredentialNet team communicates the application status on a regular basis with the applicant.
Once the document gathering process is complete, a professional portfolio is sent to the applicant, as well as the State Board of Accountancy, for review and evaluation of credentials. Approval of CPA licensure applications is solely the Board's discretion. As further convenience, credential documents and relevant information are maintained by NASBA should an applicant choose to apply for licensure in additional state(s) in the future.
Similar to a concierge service, CredentialNet expertly prepares applications making the licensure process as effortless as possible for the busy professional.
The states listed below accept documentation from CredentialNet for the reciprocal licensing and/or notification process.
National Qualification Appraisal Service (NQAS)
If you are a CPA with an active license from a non-substantially equivalent state and need your individual CPA qualifications evaluated, you may submit an application to CredentialNet, a service of NQAS. The Substantial Equivalency Evaluation report is accepted as verification in most states.
- MEMBER CENTER