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Meet the Roger CPA Review Team: Toni Williams

q&a with roger cpa review team toni williams This week's Meet the Roger CPA Review Team Q&A Series is with Toni Williams, Senior Southeast Representative. Find out why Toni is so passionate about helping others and how she believes that change is a small risk to find happiness. And now, without adieu, here's...

A Q&A with Toni Williams, Senior Southeast Representative at Roger CPA Review

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Best Places to Study for the CPA Exam

best places to study for the cpa examStudying in the same location is important as you’ll begin to associate a frame of mind with that environment. The same phenomenon happens when you feel compelled to turn on the TV when you walk into the living room or notice a mental shift toward what you’ve been working on when you get to the office. But our environments aren’t always fixed; traveling or having guests stay at your house might force you to find a temporary location. Here are a few of the less obvious places you can look for.

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2017 CPA Exam Changes

2017 cpa exam changesYou’ve probably heard by now that the biggest thing to happen to the Uniform CPA Exam since it switched over to computerized testing is officially happening. But if you haven’t seen the mass amounts of panic taking place through just about every CPA Exam’s candidate’s newsfeed, fear not! We’ve got you covered and can assure you it’s not as bad as it sounds. Here at Roger CPA Review, we’ll walk you through what changes you can expect to see in the 2017 CPA Exam and provide you with all the information you need to know!

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Blackout Month: What to do in September

what to do for september blackout month As we wrap up the last day of the June/August testing window, we’re also saying goodbye to the last summer month and hello to the beginning of September; a month that’s known for going back to school, the beginning of fall, and, of course, blackout month!

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CPA Exam Student Journey: Kelley Heng, Pt. 2

Kelley Heng receiving her CPA Exam certificateTo recap my story from last week...

I decided to major in accounting since people told me that it was stable and the job opportunities were endless. At the University of Houston, I took financial accounting, one of the core business courses required by all business school students, and I was intrigued.  Debits have to equal credits!  Making T-accounts!  Financial accounting got me hooked, and I knew accounting was the right choice.

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Meet the Roger CPA Review Team: Tyler Skelton

q&a with roger cpa review staff tyler skeltonThis week's Meet the Roger CPA Review Team Q&A Series is with Tyler Skelton, Senior West Coast Representative. Tyler travels a great deal throughout the year, so we were excited to be able to catch up with him for a quick Q&A. Find out what he enjoys most about being the Senior West Coast Rep, his love of craft beer and what happened to him in 3rd grade.

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A Q&A with Tyler Skelton, Senior West Coast Representative at Roger CPA Review

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Announcing the 2015 CPA Industry Survey

Announcing the 2015 CPA Industry Survey

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Which CPA Exam Section Are You? [Quiz]

Studying for the CPA Exam is time consuming. As you go through the motions for all 4 sections, you’ll find that it definitely takes a toll on you physically, mentally, and emotionally! So we thought what better way to take a 5 minute break than to find out which section you resemble most?

Take our fun personality quiz to find out whether you’re AUD, REG, BEC, or FAR!

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CPA vs. Non CPA Infographic

The decision to become a CPA isn’t always an easy one. There may be some initial anxiety due to all the processes and procedures required to take the CPA Exam and apply for CPA licensure. But we can tell you from first-hand experience that the time and money you’ll invest into the CPA designation is well worth it.

In order to demonstrate the point, we've created a handy infographic that details some of the differences between careers of Certified Public Accountants and non-certified accountants, such as salary, career opportunities, job promotions and job security.

(Be sure to click on the CPA vs Non-CPA Infographic for a larger version!)

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CPA Exam Student Journey: Kelley Heng Pt. 1

family photoWhen I was growing up, I didn’t tell my mom, “I would like to be a tax accountant!”  When you go to Toys R Us or the toy department of Target, there aren’t any accountant play kits like they have for doctors.

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