You probably already knew about changes happening on the 2017 CPA Exam. Many tried to pack in passing all sections of the CPA Exam last year before anything new rolled out. The thought there was to take the Exam before it changed, so you knew what you'd get, be sure the curriculum you were studying
For the first time since 2011, there are significant changes happening to the CPA Exam. The reformatting of the test is doing more than giving a fresh face to the standardized exam. All the tweaking has been done as a direct response to specific needs in the market and among clients. The changes
Nothing in the professional world stays the same for too long. From the smallest facets to the largest themes in business, change is constant and steady. We've touched on this from the personal aspect - work life balance, vacation time, salary, office settings, and dress codes are showing a lot of
You've just gotten home after a long day at work. Most everyone else in your situation gets to kick up their feet and relax - or at least gets to do work around the house, cook dinner, and make progress on the endless to-do list every adult has. You, however, must find the motivation to study!
People respect the accounting profession and the CPA License helps those among the profession prove their value while feeling more confident in their position. The confidence is a key factor that should start well before passing the final section of the CPA Exam and getting your CPA License. You
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Although the CPA Exam is changing, there is plenty of time to pass all 4-parts before worrying about the impending changes coming in 2017!
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Perhaps the biggest challenge prospective CPA exam candidates face in determining if they want to begin the step to becoming a licensed public accountant is how they are going to carve out time in their busy lives to study. It's no secret that passing the CPA exam is no easy feat. The AICPA
The CPA Exam structure is going to change effective on April 1 2017. According to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, "The next version of the Uniform CPA Examination (next Exam) comprises four sections: Auditing and Attestation (AUD), Business Environment and Concepts (BEC),
You’ve all read about CPA Review courses that boast their software has 6,000, 8,000, 9,000 or more multiple choice questions (MCQs). Well, I say “pooh” to that! The truth is, all the CPA Review providers license their MCQs from the AICPA, and there is a finite number of these released every