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One question many CPA candidates tend to ask concerns what order to take the exams. The old adage was B.A.R.F. and not just because it makes a fun acronym. The idea was that a candidate would start with the “easiest” test first and work their way up. The general belief was that BEC was the easiest then AUD, REG and FAR. The…Continue
Its 4:15 in the morning. You’re in your secret cave, mentally preparing to conquer the mission of successfully passing the CPA exam. Vigorously reviewing the op order (study material), while simultaneously taking notes. Deciphering the code is essential to the task at hand. Corpus, AMT, boot, NSTCG, LTCL, 1231, 1245 to name a few. Who can you call to guide you…Continue
Networking. Just the word itself is enough to make introverts everywhere cringe. However, introvert or otherwise, all CPA candidates need to learn this skill. Most, if not all, high level CPAs will advise that networking is essential to career advancement. Today's blog will serve as a guide to network…Continue
Once upon a time CPA Candidates had to sit for all 4 sections of the CPA Exam on the same day.
Luckily for you and I, that's no longer the case. Today the exam is structured so that candidates can decide how many sections they want to sit for in each quarterly 2-month testing window. One major caveat to this however is that Candidates must…Continue
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