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July 2019 CPA Exam Updates: More Bark Than Bite

AICPA has released the latest revisions to the CPA Exam Blueprints, which are to take effect July 1, 2019. This latest revision expands on the existing blueprint but does not significantly change the content already eligible for testing. See What’s Coming to CPA Exam in July 2019.

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How a Slow and Steady Approach Paid off for This CPA’s Career

Learn how a slow and steady study approach paid off and how earning a CPA license has opened new career doors for this successful CPA.

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New Year, New Goals: How This CPA Candidate Achieved Her Goal of Becoming a CPA (And Much More)

If you’ve set your goal of becoming a CPA, you can achieve it. Learn how to pass the CPA exam and make goal setting work for you right now with this actionable advice.

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Big Changes Are Coming to REG on January 1, 2019—When Should You Sit?

The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 that was passed by the U.S. Congress in the waning days of 2017 has created a number of updates to the Regulation (REG) section of the CPA Exam that will be eligible for testing on January 1, 2019.

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How One Candidate Passed All 4 Parts of the CPA Exam in under a Year

Olu Egunjobi, 29, lives in Boise, Idaho, and just finished his master’s degree in Accounting from Boise State University as well as his BA in Accounting. At the same time, he cruised through the battery of the CPA exam. Originally from Nigeria, Olu came to the United States in 2015 to attend school. And while…

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Personality Traits of a Successful CPA in Public and Private Accounting

A CPA certification is the most sought-after accounting qualification. It gives you an advantage over other accountants. If you’re looking to get a leg up on other CPAs in public and private accounting, take this advice on the different personality traits of a successful CPA to heart so you can crush the competition.

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