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Study Tips for the CPA Exam

In January, the AICPA announced the dates when scores will be released for those who have taken the CPA Exam. You can check the dates here. This should help your preparation for the CPA Exam as you can see when the exams results will be released, you can minimize the time you have to wait for

Winning the Super Bowl doesn't pay as much as you think

You would think that making it to the all-time goal of your profession would reap some serious rewards, but you'd be forgetting a few things about the NFL. One of which is the NFL Players Union negotiated post season pay for all players. This is great news for players like Geno Grissom, the

The Super Bowl Question for Accountants: Would You Advise Spending $5 Million for 30 Seconds?

No matter who you were rooting for, last nights matchup between the Patriots and now NFL Champion Eagles made for great football! The narrative of the game was set up great as backup QB Nick Foles squared off with a legendary figure in Tom Brady. Justin Timberlake drew in a different audience when

Fresh Look Coming to CPA Exam in April 2018 [Q2 2018]

Accountants live in a world of constant change. Whether it is changing demands in our companies, changes to government regulations, or changes in technology, we are consistently adapting to new rules and practices in order to better serve our clients.

The AICPA announced this month that they

5 Qualities of Great CPA Students

The changes to the 2017 CPA Exam brought about challenges and adversity. The new structure aims to help new accountants apply their knowledge to the modern professional world, but the shakeup has left CPA students to navigate a new frontier. Being among the first wave was a difficult task for

How to Blaze Your Own Trail and Live Out Your Dreams as a CPA

Everyone struggles with "the plan" when it comes to the next five, ten years, and twenty years. These plans eventually spell out a lifetime of results in the form of family, quality of life, philanthropy, vacations, college funds, and retirement. Some get overwhelmed with the decisions and

The New CPA Exam: A Year in Review

This time last year we were are preparing for the new version of the CPA Exam to be implemented. If we're painting with a broad brush, critical thinking, and task-based simulations were the central theme of the change. The AICPA provided blueprints outlining every aspect of change including

CPA Hopefuls, Are You Already Procrastinating in 2018?

The holidays are over and many of us have set lofty goals. One of the most significant inhibitors to people reaching their goals has been the same for every generation. "There's not enough time in the day." This has been blamed on tasks to do around the house and technology, on family

A Field Guide to Busy Season, Studying for the CPA Exam, and Staying Sane

Being a CPA is only one part of your life - most look forward to raising families, having friends, and trying to find personal and professional fulfillment at the same time. Doing all of this during and dedicating a large portion of your life studying for the exam is daunting, but very possible.

2018, The Year You Get Your CPA?

The Holidays are officially over and now we have a fresh year to work with. The beginning of the year can be a little intimidating with all the ideas and talk of goals. People usually want to improve situations with their health, money, family, and work. For many of you, a large goal for 2018 is