Search 135,129 accountants licensed in Wisconsin.
- Verify license status
- Check renewal details
- Find a provider
- Write & read reviews
To become a certified public accountant in Wisconsin, the Department of Safety and Professional Services requires a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited school, and one year or its equivalent experience. There is no need to be a state resident, employee or to maintain an office in order to take the exam. Wisconsin also requires completion of an ethics exam.
For more information, please consult: