You should probably contact the Board of Accountancy for Florida to get specific answers. From what I understand, depending on the state, it could be a case by case basis.
Why did you test in GA if you are going to work in FL?
I spoke to the state boards for CA and KS for my situation and got a scary answer.
Some people will sit for the exam in a state separate from the one they intend to practice in, simply because they don't qualify to sit for the exam in the practicing state.
You don't qualify to sit in FL, so you tested in GA because you qualified. Once passing, you now want to transfer your score to FL so you can practice there. When you apply for your license in FL they could deny you because you didn't qualify through their state regulations and you tried to get around it. They could require you to sit for the exam in FL (or a state with the same requirements) in order to approve your license.
It may be better to get licensed through GA, then apply for licensure through reciprocity in FL.
This will only work if GA and FL are reciprical states.
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