There are two types of accountants which practice in the United States. Certified Public Accountants (CPA) and public accountants are the two types of accountants. CPAs have further qualifications than regular public accountants. They have to pass a national exam, complete educational requirements, and pass supervised experience requirements, and are licensed by the respective states in which they practice. Accountants perform the following services: issuance of financial statements and reports for businesses and individuals, preparation of tax returns and financial advice, and performing auditing services. Accountants may also perform many of the same services as financial planners and investment managers due to the financial nature of their accounting services

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