Did you know there may be distractions ruining your CPA practice? The horror! Here we talk about 5 distractions and how you can deal with them.
Author Archive | Megan
Megan earned her BS in Accounting from the University of Kentucky and has successfully passed all four parts of the CPA exam. Naturally, after putting in all the time and effort to pass the exam, she decided to become a writer instead. Through her writing, she hopes to share insights and help you on your journey to become a CPA. In her free time she likes to cook delicious food, bother her cats and troll Pinterest for Harry Potter memes.
You’ve been down in the doldrums of studying for months, and now that you’ve passed, you feel so lost and confused. What will you do if you can’t study? Fear not, we have a roadmap on how to survive after you take the CPA exams. Celebrate If you haven’t done this already, you need to […]
We all know the CPA exam is hard. But what are the real pass rates and statistics? We need to know! We’ve compiled a listing of CPA pass rates and percentages to give you an idea of what you’re up against. Ultimately, though, you shouldn’t take these stats too seriously. If you’re putting in the […]
CPA exam rescheduling happens due to life or because of a need to retake an exam. We’ll talk about the process for both instances here.
Believe it or not, we aren’t all hermits who love a good math problem and enjoy being alone all the time. Here we debunk 4 CPA misconceptions. So exciting!
Getting your CPA exam regraded can be a nasty business. In this post, we’ll talk about when you should and the two processes you can use.
The holidays are coming. And study dread is starting to set in. Not to worry! We have 10 CPA Prep Tips to help you crush holiday studying.
Studying for the CPA while traveling sounds impossible; how can those two fit together? But with these 5 tips, you can make the process a smooth one.
So you want to know if you qualify for the CPA exam. Requirements are different in each state, but follow similar guidelines that we’ll talk about here.
Between the AICPA and NASBA, it can be confusing who is torturing you with the CPA exam. Let’s learn who makes the CPA exam and the application process.