Becoming either a Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA) or a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is a great career choice. Both professional accounting credentials can help you to improve your skills, open doors to new job opportunities, and earn greater respect. But which is right for you?
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One of the biggest mistakes CMA candidates is underestimating the amount of study that’s required in the final weeks before the CMA Exam. You don’t want to show up on exam day less than fully prepared.
The AICPA is in the final rounds of perfecting it’s new computer-based CPA Exam software. Here’s how you can help them test it and get a first look at what the 2018 CPA Exam will be like …
As the December CFA® exams get closer, among your chief concerns should be mastering Financial Reporting and Analysis (FRA), which accounts for 20% of the Level I exam scoring. Wiley is here to help!
Wiley CMAexcel recently hosted an in-depth webinar on CMA certification and the CMA Exam. With over 300 attendees, we received tons of great questions. Here are answers to some of the most common questions people have about the CMA Exam.
It happens. Despite the countless hours spent studying, every year thousands of accountants fail to pass the CIA® exam. So, don’t worry if you did not receive the score you were hoping for on Part 1 of the exam, you’re not alone. With the right attitude and study materials, you’ll be well on your way…
Are you an accounting professional or student thinking of internal auditing as a career? In the face of national and global regulatory changes, internal auditing as a profession is rapidly expanding in scope and in influence — and it offers Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®) professionals a range of promising career paths.
Talk to anyone who’s taken the Level I or Level II CFA® exam and you’ll likely hear them express surprise at just how many questions were devoted to the differences between the IFRS and GAAP accounting methodologies.
Chu Bing Sabrina McMullin, originally from Singapore, received the 2016 Elijah Watt Sells Award after passing all four sections of the CPA Exam on her first attempt with a cumulative average score above 95.
Krasen Dimov of Warsaw, Poland (by way of his native Bulgaria), just passed the second part of the CMA exam thanks to a professional development program within his company.