I will post two questions and requirement. Each question nee

I will post two questions and requirement. Each question needs a discussion to answer, But you do not have to write too much, too deeply or read the book. Just write something relatively. Question 1: Discussion Boards are graded based upon your ability to relate the courses material to the topic under discussion, the level to which you support your point with specific examples and your writing. Discussion Boards are not a place to over generalize, vent, use informal writing or use language not appropriate for a professional environment.After successful completion of specific requirements, accountants may earn a certification as public accountants (CPA’s), management accountants (CMA’s), internal auditors (CIA’s), forensic accountant (Cr.FA), charted global management accountant (CGMA), financial manager (CFM), financial planner (CFP), or enrolled agent (EA). Using the Internet, research one of these programs and and indicate at least two certification requirements. If you are discussing a CPA, tell me which state requirements you are referring to (please only pick one state so there are other states left for remaining students).Helpful websites: http://www.aswa.org/, www.imanet.org, www.theiia.org, www.aicpa.org, http://aaahq.org/.**Your post will be graded on originality, and your ability to integrate your colleague’s posts into your discussion. Please do not simply re-state the post of a previous colleagueQuestion 2: Compare balance sheets:Find the balance sheets from two different companies that interest you. Present to the class which companies you chose, the similarities, and the differences of the balance sheets. Balance sheets may be obtained by searching a company’s Website and clicking on the investor relations link/tab, or going to www.sec.gov then click the ‘filings’ tab then ‘company filings search’ and enter your company. Please be sure to include the websites from your resources. Include in your DB subject line either ‘Code of ethics’ or ‘Balance sheet comparison’