PID 2718


Certified Public Accountant

The CPA designation distinguishes licensed professionals committed to protecting the public interest. In business and industry, CPAs offer organizations around the world tax, financial reporting, and advisory services to drive strategic decision-making and foster growth and success.

To earn the CPA license, accounting professionals must have at least 150 hours of education, pass a rigorous four-part exam, and meet experience requirements. They must also commit to lifelong learning and adhere to a strict Code of Professional Conduct that requires competence, objectivity, integrity, and independence.

Smith Webster, CPA

As Senior Tax Advisor for Foster Victor, Smith Webster’s role is to enhance the client experience and serve as a value-added resource for new and existing relationships. A member of …