Reedsburg native Kali Burmester passed the Uniform CPA exam on Tuesday, becoming a certified public accountant in Wisconsin.

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants administers the CPA examination to ensure only qualified individuals become CPAs. After candidates pass all four parts of the CPA exam, they must also pass a professional ethics exam and have a minimum of one year of experience before officially receiving licensure.

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Burmester is a 2018 graduate of University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and was immediately hired for a full-time position at MBE CPAs, an accounting firm with nine locations in Wisconsin, including Wisconsin Dells and Baraboo, where Burmester is based. Her work focuses mainly on providing tax preparation and planning services along with client consultation.

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