Good evening!! I wanted to confirm if I have passed all my exams within the 18 month window. I received score for Reg today (2 August 2019 – sat on 15 July 2019) with FAR expired on 31 July 2019.
CPA website states: Let’s say you passed AUD on your first try. After a couple months, you successfully complete BEC, and then pass FAR. If you were to sit for the REG section on the last day before your credit for AUD expires, and you fail REG, you now have to sit for and pass AUD and REG by the time your credit for BEC expires.
yes, it goes by the exam sit date, not the score release date.
and some states give you to the end of the month, and others go by the exact date
The NASBA website will automatically roll anything older than 18 months to expired, but if you sat for the exam before the expiration, and received a passing score after the credit has rolled, you can fix it with a simple call or email.
Not really sure exactly what your question is…
Memento Mori - Kingston NY CPA & EA (SUNY Albany 2002)