On the fence about taking the CPA Exam? Find out why the sacrifices you’ll make now will be worth it in the future.
Is you’re testing for FAR on the CPA Exam in 2017 Q4 or later, the GASB’s Omnibus 2017, an omnibus that clarifies a wide range of accounting and financial reporting issues, will be testable.
After studying with other CPA Review course providers, a student shares why Surgent CPA Review was the only CPA Exam review course software that worked for him.
At the end of the day, it is crucial to remember what made you choose your job or profession; what drew you in is satisfaction and enjoyment. While any job at any level can be stressful, the trick is to keep the stress at a manageable level. Here are 7 tips to manage stress.
It’s the start of March Madness! During these few weeks, when it can seem as if your entire network of friends and peers is glued to the TV with a drink in hand, how can you stay focused? Jess shares her advice!
Dan Colella, a CPA Exam candidate, talks about why he switched from Wiley to Surgent CPA Review, and how this switch helped him pass BEC.
Testing for FAR next January? ASU No. 2017-07, Compensation – Retirement Benefits (Topic 715), Improving the Presentation of Net Periodic Pension Cost and Net Periodic Postretirement Benefit Cost, an amendment to Topic 715, will be testable on the exam.
Don’t wait until you receive an interview request – start preparing now! Here are 6 tips that will help you ace an interview.
PCAOB No. 2015-008, a new auditing rule designed to improve transparency regarding both the engagement partner and “other accounting firms” that may have taken part in the audit of issuers, will be testable this April 1.
With the recent CPA Exam score release from the AICPA, we hope you received a passing score! If you didn’t, it’s ok! Jessica Sandhu has been there. Watch her video for tips on how to recover, and bounce back for next time!