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Why become a CPA? Should you get a CPA? I’ve heard these questions time and time again. Taking the CPA exam was one of the most nerve-wracking and crazy experiences of my life. It was the most challenging thing I had ever done up to that point in my life. That being said, it was
Do you find yourself in a job with no future growth potential? It might be time for a career change. See if a career in accounting as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is right for you!
Many business students and young professionals want to advance their careers, but they aren’t sure what path will help them the most. Some argue that a masters degree will propel them up the ladder and allow them to command a higher salary while others advocate for the respect of the certified public accounting designation. Both
A lot of tax professionals want to advance their careers but don’t know which to choose: EA vs CPA. Both are great certifications that will help you get promoted, earn a higher salary, and guide your career. Both of these licenses are great options, but which one should you get. Let’s compare each one and
Many accounting students and professionals want to advance their careers and increase their salaries, but they don’t know which certification to choose from CMA vs CPA. Both of these designations will help you earn more money and get promoted, but they have different career paths. Let’s take a look at some of the unique advantages of
Both the CPA (Certified Public Accountant) and CIA (Certified Internal Auditor) are credentials that you earn by passing an examination. CPAs must be licensed by the state(s) in which they practice, but CIAs do not have to be licensed. If you become a CIA then your focus will be on overseeing a company’s internal financial
There are a ton of different accounting certifications that financial professionals can use to enhance their careers, achieve promotions, and get pay raises. Each of these accounting designations is slightly different and have a different career focus. Therefore, depending on what you want your career to look like, some of these might be the best
There are well over half-a-million licensed Certified Public Accountants in the US according to a recent study performed by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy. This is roughly the population of El Paso, TX! This data was assembled from NASBA’s interstate database that holds records from all 55 state boards and licensing authorities
Both the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Chartered Accountant (CA) are credentials that you earn through defined study and by passing an examination. The CPA credential is issued solely in the U.S. whereas the CA credential is administered and recognized worldwide. CPAs are regulated in the U.S. on the state level whereas CAs are regulated