Let's not sugar coat it - taking the CPA Exam to get your license is a long and difficult road. One of the hardest parts of the process is starting along that road. When it comes to difficulty, the CPA Exam is head and shoulders above many other licensure exams. Even those who passed can sound
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
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
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,
Yaeger CPA Review wants to make sure you are prepared for the 2018 CPA exam changes. There are two types of changes:
- AICPA blueprint and representative task updates
- Content changes resulting from accounting standards updates, regulation changes, etc.
Here's what you need to know for each
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
Change is nothing new for the CPA exam. The 2017 exam heralded sweeping structure and content changes.