At Wiley, we pride ourselves on being a go-to source for anyone seeking useful career advice or insight on professional credentials — but sometimes, other people do a far better job of explaining things than we ever could. So, if you’re currently studying (or in) accounting, here is one article that you absolutely have to read…
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Rebecca Wuorio, 23, graduated from the University of New Hampshire in May 2016. By the end of the summer, she had passed the CPA Exam. Here’s how she did it… Normally, most college students and recent grads try to enjoy the summer months–but not Rebecca. After completing her bachelor’s degree in business administration, with concentrations in…
With more and more companies putting a focus on middle and back-office operations, internal auditors — and especially Certified Internal Auditors® — are in high demand. As a result, internal auditor salaries and compensation are increasing.
Pierce Halverson has been working as a tax accountant at a Texas public accounting firm for four years. Now, with his CPA license under his belt, he’s setting his sights on his dream–someday purchasing the firm and expanding it.
Following the substantive changes to the structure of the CPA Exam on April 1, 2017, the AICPA has not made additional changes to the blueprints or structure. However, starting July 1, 2017, there will be noteworthy changes to the pronouncements that will impact the exam. The Wiley CPAexcel online course, test bank, and mobile app have been…
The CFA® exams are just days away and we know the stress can be overwhelming. But making a small misstep on exam day could cost you. Here are a five key rules to remember for exam day.
As a result of valuable customer feedback, Wiley has made several technical upgrades to our December 2017 Level I CFA Exam Review Course and all of our 2018 courses.
The Certified Internal Auditor® (CIA®) designation is the globally recognized hallmark of professional auditors and essential for increasing your skill set, industry connections and job prospects.
Unlike the CPA and CFA® designations, which often have very specific paths for career progression within accounting and investment firms, CMA certification opens up dozens of career paths and options. This includes the rare opportunity to transition into entirely different industries and new roles.
Becoming a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) can advance your career significantly, as well as positively improve to your income and professional development. But what does the common CMA career path look like?