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Use of the CPA/PFS Credential. What is the correct use of the CPA/PFS credential? The use of "CPA/PFS" on letterheads, business cards, and other marketing materials is governed by the rules of the board of accountancy in the state(s) in which you practice. The AICPA does not currently have a prescribed format for the credential.

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Correct way to put CPA after your name? Career (self.Accounting) ... Credentials and certifications only set a base for your expertise and qualifications. They aren't meant to prove that you're an absolute expert. ... It's just a business card. CPA lets customers know that you have an official certification.

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Just to be extra safe, you should wait until you have a certificate in your hands or official confirmation from your state board that you are, in fact, a full-fledged CPA and not just almost on your way to being one before you even consider adding CPA to your name anywhere, be it email, business cards or even LinkedIn.

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The other rule is that you don't put credentials on your card which are not relevant to the business being presented by that card. So, if Jane Smith is both an Attorney and a CPA, well those are related credentials and she can and should put both. But, if John Smith is both an MD and a CPA, it's gonna depend on what his business is.

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CPA Designation. New accountants who have completed the educational and experience requirements and successfully passed the CPA examination become CPAs and can begin using this designation. They're legally entitled to cite their CPA credential on letterhead, business cards, signs and correspondence.

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How to List Degrees on a Business Card. ... Again, you can simply put your qualifications right after your name on the front of your business card. e.g. Gloria Reed, CPA. Of course, you may have several titles that you’d like to share or perhaps you’d like to advertise your professional registrations. In fact, it may be more important for ...

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When I was in the corporate world, no credential would appear on your business card unless you had a PhD or a CPA (the CPA would be used only if you were in an accounting or finance position). Now the exception – if you are doing a job search then show everything on your “jobsearch” business card and put a short bio on the back of the card.

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To save space, credentials are typically listed as abbreviations on a business card. Generally, the abbreviations are appended to the end of a person's name, separated by commas, in the order of importance.

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How to Write Your Name On a Business Card Questions & Answers, Frequently Asked Questions, and Blog. Site updated by Robert Hickey on 7 April 2019. I Have Two Degrees With The Same Post-Nominal Can I Use Both on My Business Card? After May, I will have two master's degrees, both MS. When I create a business card, do I just write MS once after ...

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So you’re about to get a stack of business cards printed but you’re on the horns of a dilemma – should you add ‘MBA’ as a suffix to your name on your visiting card? Surely, two gruelling years at B School and the many thousands of dollars you spent to get that degree have earned you the ...