Time is a precious commodity; especially if you’re studying for the CPA Exam while going to school or holding down a full-time job. Prioritizing your goals will help you efficiently spend your limited time, making you a goal-achieving machine.
The employment of accountants and auditors is projected to grow 11 percent from now until 2024, revealing just how high in demand accountants are across all job occupations. This is great news not only for those looking to obtain a position in the profession, but also means that the outlook for the U.S. economy is growing. As a result, more accountants will be needed to prepare and examine financial records.
So if you're on your way to become a CPA and are thinking about ways to expand your professional opportunities, here are some of the top high paying jobs in the industry that you can consider as you pave the path for your career in accounting.
For many CPA Exam candidates, one of the most difficult things about passing the CPA Exam is the sheer amount of dedication it takes to study all the topics it covers. However, perhaps something that is less talked about, but equally difficult in the exam journey, is the self-doubt that candidates can sometimes have in their ability to actually pass.
In my first week of busy season, I noticed a strange pattern. I saw two of my co-workers sitting near me routinely using eye drops while working. They let me know that they used them because their eyes could get uncomfortable while using the computer for 11 – 12 hours a day.
This interaction made me wonder about the consequences of staring at a computer screen for very long periods of time, especially while working during the day and studying for the CPA Exam in the evening. So I did a little research.
In today’s day and age, technology and global marketing has transformed the accounting profession. As the profession continues to evolve, so are client expectations and demands.
Many public accounting firms are now offering more varied and specialized areas of service. This not only helps them expand their product offerings, but also to ensure client retention. Here are 5 tips you can use to ensure your firm is doing just that.
We know that as a CPA Exam candidate, you’re going to have questions and concerns regarding the content you’re learning. Whether it’s a difficult topic such as cost accounting or simply the need to understand financial reporting just a little more, it’s important to have access to a tool that will give you expert guidance for all things related to the CPA Exam.
Our February Student of the Month is Wyatt Corman! Learn more how Wyatt found Roger CPA Review, what his favorite aspect of the course is, and how taking the CPA Exam has improved his personal and professional life.
It's important to know what to expect when you enter the Prometric Test Center on Exam Day. Whether you need a refresher or it will be your first time stepping foot into a Prometric Test Center, here's a handy infographic that gives you all the rules and regulations you'll need to know when you're taking your CPA Exam.
The BEC (Business Environment and Concepts) exam is known as the easiest section of the four part CPA Exam. The easy reputation BEC has attained is most likely due to the high pass rates and current lack of Task Based Simulations.
One of the most widely asked questions for candidates preparing to take the CPA Exam is: How long should I be studying? And many have probably heard the same response: the AICPA recommends putting in an average of 300-400 hours of dedicated study time, based on the average successful CPA Exam candidate.