How much does a Certified Accountant make hourly in the United States? The average hourly wage for a Certified Accountant in the United States is $26 as of October 28, 2020, but the salary range typically falls between $24 and $32. Hourly rate can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, helps you determine your exact pay target. 

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What is a Certified Accountant?

Certified Accountant may refer to: Certified Public Accountant, a statutory title of qualified accountants in several countries Certified General Accountant, a Canadian qualified accountant designation Certified Management Accountant, a qualified accountant designation in U.S. and Canada Certified National Accountant, a Nigerian qualified accountant designation Certified Practising Accountant, a title used by members of CPA Australia Chartered Certified Accountant or Certified Accountant, a British designation Certified Practising Accountant, accreditation offered by the Institute of C...

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Overview If you are a highly motivated individual with an active unrestricted credential (CPA/EA/Practicing Attorney) and excellent communication skills, we need you to help our customers complete ...
Intuit - 32 days ago
CyberCoders - Virginia Beach , VA
Staff Accountant Apply if you are an experienced Staff Accountant looking for a growing CPA firm! Title: Staff Accountant Location: Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Based in the beautiful city of Virginia ...
CyberCoders, Inc - 6 days ago
Freddie Mac - McLean , VA
MS Suite, General Ledger applications * CPA or CFA * Information systems background * Experience mentoring junior staff Keys to Success in this Role: The preferred candidate should have a desire to ...
Freddie Mac - 53 days ago
Goodwin Recruiting - Staunton , VA
Need a CPA for a Tax Accountant position. Potential to Advance to Partner! CPA- Tax Accountant Responsibilities: * Consultation and Preparation of Individual, Business, and Corporate Taxes * Research ...
ZipRecruiter - 11 days ago
Goodwin Recruiting - Charlottesville , VA
Nationally ranked CPA and Advisory Services firm is seeking a Senior Tax Accountant with CPA license to join their team. The firm is growing rapidly and needs a candidate looking to be a part of a ...
ZipRecruiter - 14 days ago
VG CPA PC - Ashburn , VA
Excellent written and verbal communication skills Company Description VG CPA PC is a full service accounting firm serving local, regional, national and international clients based out from Ashburn VA
ZipRecruiter - 25 days ago
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