Hi, my name is Jonathan Marseglia, I am a tax manager and tax attorney at Garcia & Ortiz PA, and I passed three sections of the CPA Exam by studying about 96 hours per section with Surgent- nearly half of the time that put into studying when I used a different CPA review course! I […]
Believe it or not, you’re in the midst of your second semester of your Senior year of college and will soon be making your entrance into the real world. This time can be particularly overwhelming for accounting students; between keeping up grades, looking for a job, and reconciling the fact that your time as an […]
How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Impacts CPA Exam Candidates (and why you want to sit for REG in 2018!)
Each year, the CPA exam is updated to include relevant topics based on new legislation, updates to the Authoritative Literature by the AICPA, or other changes affecting the business environment. As a CPA exam candidate, knowledge of what these updates are and when they go into effect can be critical; they’re huge indicators of what […]
The AICPA recently released a list of revisions to the CPA Exam Blueprints, to take effect 7/1/2018. While CPA Exam candidates should be sure to consult the most up-to-date blueprints document, rest assured! The AICPA confirms that these revisions do not change “the nature or scope of content eligible for testing in an Exam […]
On Friday, December 15, 2017, NASBA sent a message to all candidates on behalf of the AICPA Exams team notifying them of the new user experience software coming in 2018. Below is the body of the message sent to candidates. Also, please note that the AICPA has launched new sample tests and a tutorial. With […]
The AICPA recently announced 2018 CPA Exam changes. Here’s what you need to know: Blueprints Each exam section’s blueprint link the knowledge and skills to be tested on the exam to tasks that are representative of the work of a newly liscenced CPA. The blueprints are updated perioidcally to include new content that becomes […]
What’s the number one reason to take the CPA Exam? We talked to a millennial CPA who passed the CPA Exam and is currently working as an Accounting Manager. Watch her video to find out!
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.