To follow up our recent post and free CPA video lecture on Bond Accounting Principles, this month we’re publishing the Deep Dive video that accompanies that lesson in the Wiley CPAexcel CPA Review Course.
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Passing the CMA Exam is an amazing achievement. Passing it and winning the 2015 ICMA® Bronze Medal? That’s downright astonishing. And it’s exactly what David Unterdorfer did (with the help of Wiley CMAexcel), getting the third highest score of the 5,726 people who took the exam last year.
In Round 2 of our free video lesson series on Keep Or Drop Decisions, we’re giving you the full Deep Dive from Wiley CMAexcel. Be sure to check out Round 1.
The AICPA just released the latest pass rates for the 2015 CPA Exam. Check ‘em out!
One of the updates the AICPA made to the January 2016 CPA Exam was to adjust testing around the simplification of bond issue costs, as set out in ASU 2015-03. This free Wiley CPAexcel video lecture introduces you to Bond Accounting Principles.
Whew! The CFA exam has finally come and gone. There was fear … and anguish … triumph … and defeat. Here are 10 tweets that reveal just how tough and empowering the CFA exam can be.
All businesses eventually face it: The hard decision on whether they should keep a product or business segment or let it go. Certified Management Accountants are crucial in informing these decisions. This free CMA Exam lecture covers the basics of a Keep Or Drop Decision.
A loving daughter, a self-driven MBA, a recent immigrant, an Armed Services veteran, a dedicated student, an enterprising Girl Scout … what do they all have in common? They all want to be CPAs. Here are their inspiring stories — as told to us in their Belicia Scholarship entries.
Have you checked out Wiley’s CFA® Exam Review‘s free video lectures yet? They’re a great way to demystify some of the trickiest topics you’ll see on exam day. This short video lecture covers a common topic — portfolio return measurement. Enjoy!
Not everyone wants to become a Certified Management Accountant because it pays better or might open doors to senior positions. Some people, like Kazuhiko Enokido of Japan, become CMAs because they believe in doing what’s right.