Financing with Klarna

Is Klarna the right financing option for you?

Study Now, Pay Later with Klarna (Pay in 4)*

Klarna (via Stripe) offers the ability to split the total cost over 4 installments that are due on bi-weekly basis. Klarna does not does charge an interest rate and there are no hidden fees. For example, if your total invoice cost was $120, $30 would be due today, with 3 payments of $30 due bi-weekly. 

To purchase using Klarna, the Universal CPA support team will send you a Stripe payment link with instructions on how to choose Klarna as the payment option. To request a Stripe payment link, please fill out the contact form on this page (below).

Why choose Klarna (Pay in 4)?

We understand that the CPA exam is costly to pursue, and we don’t want that to be a barrier that prevents you from achieving your goals! We understand that certain candidates need the flexibility to spread the cost of a review course over a longer period of time. Under our partnership with Klarna (via Stripe), you will have the ability to spread the full cost of the Universal CPA course into 4 installments that are interest-free. The first installment payment is due on the date of the transaction, with the remaining installment payments due every 2 weeks. 

Am I eligible to sign up for Klarna?

Klarna will do a soft credit check using your information to determine your eligibility for financing. The soft credit check will NOT impact your credit score according to Klarna. To sign up for Klarna, you must meet the following eligibility requirements:

What interest rate will Klarna charge?

Klarna pay in 4 will not charge an interest rate. 

Need help to decide if Klarna is right for you?

Please contact the Universal team using the contact form below and we’ll help you determine if Klarna is the right financing option for your career goals and budget!

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*See payment terms. A higher initial payment may be required for some consumers. CA resident loans made or arranged pursuant to a California Financing Law license. 

Learn more about Klarna by visiting their FAQ page.