CPA Review Payment Plans

Many of the leading CPA Review course providers offer payment plans as a means of payment for a full 4-part CPA Review course. But did you know that many of these plans have hefty interest charges or hidden fees? Read more to discover the true financial cost to candidates for a CPA Review course from popular providers, including Roger CPA Review, Becker CPA Review, Gleim CPA Review, and Wiley CPA Review.

Roger CPA Review

While Roger CPA Review does not charge an application fee, their ”Study Now, Pay Later” payment plan option may come with potentially hefty interest charges. If approved for this payment option, applicants are evaluated based upon their credit worthiness for loans with 3, 6 or 12 monthly installments at as high as 30% APR. Roger’s CPA Review course prices range from $1,695 – $2,895, but you’ll actually end up paying $1,787.77 – $3,386.70.

Becker CPA Review

Becker CPA Review states its payment plan option is “interest-free,” but candidates are charged a $125 non-refundable processing fee at the time of application. Applicants are evaluated after submitting an application for this payment option, so they must be able to pay the $125 regardless of the outcome. Can you afford to throw away $125?

Gleim CPA Review

Gleim CPA Review does not offer a payment plan for its full course or any of its individual course parts. With prices ranging from $1,299 to $1,599 for an online review course, that one-time cost is the same as the cost of an entire year’s worth of books and supplies at college!*

Wiley CPA Review

Wiley CPA Review does not offer a payment plan option. As prices range from $1,700 to $2,450, it can be difficult for any candidate to pay this at once.

The hidden truth here is that some CPA Review payment plans can end up costing you a whole lot more than what they’re claiming.

Looking for a CPA Review course provider with a payment plan? How about one without any hidden fees? Surgent CPA Review offers candidates a payment plan with no interest, pre-approval (no credit check) and no application fee. Learn more here.

For more hidden truths about what CPA Review course providers are offering, check out our in-depth analysis.

*As reported by The College Board, the average estimated cost of books & supplies.