The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy has re-launched its Accountancy Licensing Library Web site with additional information and resources regarding the examination and licensure process for becoming a CPA.

The site features a new section for accounting students, an enhanced state requirement comparison research tool, and a new look and feel. The refreshed ALL Web site offers the same features and benefits as the previous site in a more user-friendly format.

The site includes expanded product information and new content, including a new “How to Become a CPA” video.

“We’re pleased to offer ALL to state boards of accountancy, firms, students and those striving to achieve the CPA designation,” said NASBA president and CEO David Costello in a statement. “ALL is a great starting point for people wanting to apply for the CPA Exam, a CPA license, or to register a CPA firm, because it houses requirement information, instructions and forms for all states in one comprehensive Web site. ALL greatly simplifies the CPA license and firm registration process.”

In 2006, NASBA announced ALL as a resource to the accounting profession. Since then, state boards of accountancy, students, firms and professionals have utilized the service. ALL offers $10 one-day subscriptions to its Research Tool and $45 three-month subscriptions to complete licensing content for a selected state.

Annual firm subscriptions for all state information are also available. Pricing is based on the number of licensees within the firm. For more information, visit www.allLibrary.com.

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