This month’s free video lecture focuses on one of the most important concepts tested on Part 1 of the CMA Exam: Profitability Management.
We recently hosted a free webinar on What You Need To Know For FAR. More than 350 people took part in the live session and they had a lot of great questions. Here are some of their most common questions–with expert answers from Wiley’s Director of Curriculum, Denise Probert, CPA, CGMA.
Good news if you’re currently readying to take—or thinking about taking— the upcoming CFA exam.
In this post-financial crisis world, financial products and investment strategies continue to increase in complexity. That’s why possessing a sound understanding of mathematics and statistics is critical to your success as a quantitative trader and risk manager, as well as providing a solid foundation as you start on your journey to write the exam and…
So you want to become a CMA® (Certified Management Accountant) but aren’t sure about how to get started? Here’s everything you need to know about signing up for and taking the CMA exam.
We are honored to publish a multi-part article by James C. Paterson, Director of Risk & Assurance Insights, Ltd. He recently published a book on Lean Auditing and has put together this great overview of how auditors can use lean principles to transform they way work.
Sometimes you fail. Sometimes you fail more than once. Sometimes you fail multiple times over five years. But what matters most is that you don’t give up.
Becoming a CMA(R) (Certified Management Accountant) can have a huge impact on your career and earning potential–but it doesn’t come easily or necessarily cheaply. Here are the true costs, in time and money, of passing the CMA Exam.
The CFA exam results are out. If you received a passing score, congratulations – this is an enormous achievement and one that you should be very proud of. If you did not receive the score you were hoping for, don’t give up! The CFA is a very difficult exam, but with some more practice, you…
This month, our featured free video lecture offers an in-depth overview of a common REG section topic and something working CPAs deal with all the time: Capital Gains and Capital Losses.