What is a Certified Bookkeeper (CB)?
In 1998, the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB) set the first and only national standard in advanced bookkeeping: The Certified Bookkeeper Program.
A Certified Bookkeeper has the proven ability to handle the books for any company or individual.
To become certified, a bookkeeper must:
1 know basic bookkeeping, including double-entry accounting, before undertaking certification; 2 pass a national exam in advanced bookkeeping at Prometric Test Centers; 3 have at least 3,000 hours (2 years) of on-the-job experience in bookkeeping; 4 sign a Code of Ethics that assures commitment to integrity; 5 constantly update skills by earning 20 Continuing Education Credits every year.
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