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How to Improve your Reputation at Work

Maybe you just got done reading an email from your boss that left you unsettled. Perhaps you're walking down the hall after a performance review and you didn't pass with flying colors. We've all experienced the mixed pang of anger, guilt, and frustration after receiving criticism of some kind.

Everything You Need To Know About Passing the CPA Exam With AdaptaPASS

Technology has made our world more efficient than ever before. What takes us a few seconds to communicate used to take days, weeks, and even months. Computers now take processes humans could do in hours and make them happen in seconds. We've used technology to put a man into space. Why not take

Searching For a Job? Watch For These Warning Signs in New Employers

If you are searching for a new job or feel discontentment with your current one, you'll likely be scouring job websites looking for the next step in your career. Thankfully, as a CPA your job search will likely be much less painful. The market is in need of lots of good CPAs, which gives you the

Best Practices For Working at Home

More employees than ever are working from home - a number that seems to be going nowhere but up. Employees benefit from more flexible schedules, decreased commutes, and a spike to happiness. Employers get the benefit of fewer bodies in the office which result in less office space needed and

5 Motivating Tips For Working and Studying Full-Time

Ah, the life of a full-time working, full-time student. Almost everyone else you know gets home from work and starts relaxing. Or once the formal work day is done, at least others have the option transition to working around the house, cooking dinner, and making progress on that endless to-do

Staying Healthy: Studying for the CPA Exam is Hard Enough Without a Cold

Fall is here! 'Tis the season of crunchy leaves and pumpkin spice lattes. Among the joy of a crisp breeze and apple cider comes the woes of fall allergies, the common cold, sore throats, and stuffy noses. From overly vigilant germaphobes to the typical co-worker, we can all do our part in making

How to Travel the World as a CPA

Millennials have a serious case of wanderlust. The majority of the young adults this group desire to see the world and take advantage of cheap travel opportunities; and, they plan to do it while they're still young. The result is a significant part of the workforce who collectively want

If You Scored 74 or Below on the CPA Exam...

Scores drop, and you find out how you did. Either you feel relieved, or your heart drops. If you got a 74 or below, you might be feeling that all of your hard work was for nothing. Right back to square one, you go - or so it may feel. The good news is, although not passing is a bit discouraging,

This is the first step to studying for the CPA Exam

Should you work hard or smart? The answer is both, but you have to constantly refine your routines as working vigorously while maintaining bad habits is counterproductive. The same applies to studying for the CPA exam. So the good news we're offering here is that you should focus less on

Networking: How to thrive as a young accounting professional

The first few years of your career can be difficult to navigate. There's an expectation to be professional to the standard of seasoned pro's without a) having much experience and b) being able to accommodate every expectation as times and common practices have changed. Keeping everyone happy and