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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 too. 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

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

Drowning in work? Here's how to get your head above water

We're getting to the point in the year where vacations are catching up to us, and winter workloads are bearing down. New work is put on top of old work, and you'll feel pressure to get it all done at once. New hires are coming in, but they don't know what they're doing, so it'll be expected that

What Effect Does Passing the CPA Exam Have on Your Salary?

Getting your CPA sets you ahead of the pack of prospective accountants and results in greater job opportunity. With this comes an increased salary. But how much? The real question is not if it will result in bigger paychecks, but if those paychecks end up being worth the time, effort, and money

Three Types of Micro-Managers and How to Work for Them

One of the most frustrating things happening in workplaces around the world is when a boss micromanages the office. Not only is it frustrating, but it kills confidence and efficiency. While the perpetrator may feel like they are doing their job, they are actively limiting the ability of their

CPA Exam Content Changes: What's Eligible for Testing in Q1 2018?

 Yaeger CPA Review wants to make sure you are prepared for the 2018 CPA exam changes. There are two types of changes:

  1. AICPA blueprint and representative task updates
  2. Content changes resulting from accounting standards updates, regulation changes, etc.

Here's what you need to know for each

Five Qualities of Mentally Strong Accountants

The new CPA Exam rolling out over the past year didn't come as a surprise, but that doesn't mean it hasn't come without adversity. The new structure better prepares new accountants for the modern professional world, but the shakeup has left CPA students to pioneer a new frontier. Being among the

CPA Exam Score Release Dates Announced for Q1 2018

We are happy to report that CPA candidates will not have to worry about long score holds (at least for a little while) starting in January 2018. In fact, there will be four CPA exam score release dates during the first quarter of 2018. The longest any one person would have to wait is 37 days, but

How to Reach for Resilience After Failing the CPA Exam

People often look around after experiencing a setback and wonder, "What did I do wrong that all these other people did right?" You feel surrounded by individuals who are "making it," but you are coming up short. You may feel jealousy, and think some people don't deserve their success. Or, you'll