Project Description

Philippine Middle East CPA Review (PMECPAR)

The CPA designation demonstrates leadership, inspires confidence and commands prestige and respect, while reaffirming the reputation and influence of the accounting profession in the global financial community. It provides a breadth and depth of highly values business and accounting skills that ensure that you are highly demanded by businesses and organizations of all sizes and across all sectors. It gives you a competitive edge in the job market an create the foundation for a prosperous and exciting career wherever you may be.

Under the Learning and Development Service line of Business Process Outsourcing Accounting Services, the company has established its own CPA REVIEW Program in the Middle East, bearing the brand name: “Philippine Middle East CPA Review (PMECPAR)”.


  • To provide the most comprehensive Philippine CPA review in the Middle East
  • To be the Center of Excellence for Philippine CPA review
  • To transform Filipino Accountants to become a Certified Public Accountant

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How CPA Works for you

  • Builds the skills and confidence needed to stand out in the business world
  • Increases your mobility across industries opening the door to global career opportunities
  • Enables you to start your own firm
  • Develop your abilities, enhances your reputation and expands your network
  • Provides the high ethical and practice standards that define you as a professional
  • Is an investment that pays dividends for a lifetime

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Content Specification Outline

Audit and Attestation (AUD)

  • Engagement Acceptance and Understanding the Assignment
  • Understanding the Entity and its Environment (including Internal Control)
  • Performing Audit Procedures and Evaluating Evidence
  • Evaluating Audit Findings, Communications and Reporting
  • Accounting and Review Services Engagements
  • Professional Responsibilities

Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR)

  • Conceptual Framework, Standards, Standard Setting & Presentation of Financial Statements
  • Financial Statement Accounts
  • Specific Transactions, Event and Disclosures
  • Government Accounting and Reporting
  • Not-for-Profit Accounting and Reporting

Regulation (REG)

  • Ethics, Professional and Legal Responsibilities
  • Business Law
  • Federal Tax Process, Procedures, Accounting, and Planning
  • Federal Taxation of Property Transactions
  • Federal Taxation of Individuals
  • Federal Taxation of Entities

Business Environment & Concepts (BEC)

  • Corporate Governance
  • Economic Concepts and Analysis
  • Financial Management
  • Information Systems and Communications
  • Strategic Planning
  • Operations Management
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In order to become a Certified Public Accountant, a candidate must pass all four parts of the Uniform CPA Examination. The examination can be taken in the U.S or in international locations such as Bahrain, Brazil, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, and United Arab Emirates (U.A.E)

In order to qualify to take the examination outside the U.S., candidates will have to first establish their eligibility through state board participating in the CPA Examination Administration Program.

While each state board sets its own requirements, for details of the requirements, visit link The basic process is:

  1. Apply to a Board of Accountancy
  2. Receive your Notice to Schedule (NTS)
  3. Schedule your examination
  4. Take the examination
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