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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 your 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...

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...

Does getting your CPA mean that you’ll earn more than your non-certified counterparts? The answer is definitely yes, but exactly how much more is tough to say. Before we delve into the numbers, the “typical” career path for people who pass the CPA exam varies quite a bit. Regardless, if...