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Which CPA review course is better, Wiley CPAexcel or Becker CPA Review? In this head-to-head review I compare their textbooks, software, practice tests, and other important features to help you decide which course is a better fit for you.I have used both of these courses extensively and found some very significant differences...

Anyone who has failed the CPA Exam has asked why it is so difficult. It’s been ruminated upon by plenty of people in various stages of taking the exam. For our non-accountant friends, the answer makes them then ask why even bother? But truly, why is the CPA Exam so difficult?

The accounts receivable turnover is designed to evaluate how well companies utilize their assets to bring in more income. In plain English, it is designed to calculate how many times the company can collect its average accounts receivable during the period of the year.When a company collects its average receivables...

Scholarship Submissions Are Officially Closed for 2016. Thank you to everyone that applied! We would like to congratulate Gerica Robertson from the University of Memphis for winning the scholarship! Good luck on your CPA exam. We know that you will ace it! Check this page next year to apply for the Scholarship program...

In this article, Nathan Liao from the CMAcoach.com, compares the CMA vs the CPA including the key differences and advantages between the two designations.Have you asked yourself at some point whether the CMA or the CPA is the right certification for you? It absolutely crossed my mind many times before deciding to...

Want to find out how other CPA candidates are preparing for the CPA exam? What study materials and resources they are using? What section of the CPA exam they are taking first?Vote on any of the polls below and you'll get access to everyone's answers![qzzr quiz="168267" width="100%" height="auto" redirect="true" offset="0"]  ...

Reviewing the material for an entire section of the CPA exam can feel overwhelming and intimidating.  Your final review is the last chance you'll have to cram as much knowledge into your brain as possible.How you approach this can very easily be the difference between passing and failing.  Below are...

The Document Review Simulations (DRS), also referred to as SIMs, test your ability to complete a realistic task that simulates something a newly licensed CPA might do on the job.The simulations are not multiple-choice questions and require you to come up with your own answers to the problems. This part of...

The requirements to sit for the CPA exam and get licensed vary from state to state.Since CPA certificates and licenses are granted by the individual state accounting boards rather than at a national level, the rules can be a little bit confusing.My goal is to simplify this process for you...

The CPA exam application process varies slightly from state to state, but the majority of the steps are the same. If done properly, you can be approved and scheduled for your first exam within 4-6 weeks. However, if you forget one tedious piece of information, this can turn into a...

Motivational quotes provide the perfect quick-fix to boost your energy levels and increase your focus.  Here are some of my favorites that helped me stay motivated while I was studying for the CPA exam.Pick a few of your favorites, write them down, post them somewhere you will see them everyday,...

Recognizing learning style is crucial when looking for the right CPA exam review course!Students learn through many ways but there is usually one technique that they can relate to the most.The three main categories of learning are Visual, Auditory, and Tactile. Research shows that students perform better on tests and...

Keep your eye on the prize with these simple but powerful study tips. They will help you prepare for the CPA exam much more efficiently as well as increase your focus and motivation. 1. Keep It Fresh Studying for the CPA exam is like learning a language. Consuming just a little bit each...

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