Roger Philip, CPA, CGMA, CEO of Roger CPA Review, discusses the different ways in which the Tax Reform will impact the CPA Exam and how candidates can prepare for these changes in order to be successful on Exam Day. Watch his video or read the article below to learn more:
Kyle Bydlon knew that Roger CPA Review was the right choice for him after seeing sample lectures. Kyle has passed all 4 sections of the CPA Exam and is excited to put those 3 letters behind his name. Learn more about Kyle's favorite part of our course and how it helped him succeed on Exam Day!
As many if not all of you know, on December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts & Jobs ACT (TCJA) was passed to “simplify” the tax code. With this Tax Reform being the largest revamp of its kind in over 30 years, it has significantly changed both individual and business entities' income taxes. In addition, it will also affect other facets of the profession--beginning with you. If you're a current accounting major, you probably want to know how the Tax Reform affects you professionally, academically, and as a CPA Exam candidate.
Luckily, Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA, CEO of Roger CPA Review, discusses these points and more. Watch his video or read his article below to learn more:
Recruiting season is my favorite season of the year; forget spring and summer! But while recruiting season is a lot of fun and really helps you get your foot in the door for your career, needless to say, it can also be stressful. For many accounting students, this is your time to shine and really ensure that you have a job after you graduate. But luckily, I've lived through it enough to help you navigate it smoothly and easily. And one of my top pieces of advice is to start preparing for recruiting season in the summer--while you still have time.
Passing the CPA Exam is critical to both individual and organizational success. However, the process is often talked about by sharing mutual war stories. With content described as a “mile wide and an inch deep,” the Exam is usually discussed as an intimidating battle of endurance.
But what if there was a way to permanently change that narrative? What if there was a way to make the process less time consuming and more efficient by using successful students’ past behavior to forecast the likely future behavior candidates need to pass? Seems impossible, right? Welcome to the impossible!
Editor's Note: This post was originally published January 2017 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
The age old question for every accounting student or young professional seeking a position in public accounting will ask: “What Line Of Business Should I Choose: Audit or Tax?” For some, the answer is simple. For others, it can be a bit more complicated. So we're here to help break down what each entails and what the pros and cons are.
Every year, Roger CPA Review awards over $500,000 in course scholarships to CPA Exam candidates across the nation to support our mission of empowering future accountants to achieve their career goals. We're excited to announce that we're currently accepting applications for our 2018 Scholarship program!
Submissions will be considered based on academic merit, involvement, situation, and need. Each applicant will be eligible to receive a course scholarship varying from $250-$1,699. All are encouraged to apply.