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Changes to the CPA Exam | Content, Structure, Grading, Cost

In 2017 the AICPA made some serious changes to the CPA exam. They changed the content covered on the exam, the exam structure itself, and the grading methods used. Since 2013, the AICPA has been researching how to restructure the exam to focus on higher-skillsets and test candidates for logic and thought patterns instead of

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Breakdown Two-Tier CPA States

Breakdown: Two-Tier CPA States

In the late 90s to early 2000s, some state boards concluded that the public might be misled into thinking that CPA certificate holders are all full-time accountants. Both license and certificate holders could present themselves as CPAs at the time. Therefore, there was essentially no way for the public to differentiate the two.

CPA Exam Requirements

What Are the Requirements to Take the CPA Exam?

CPA exam requirements are set by individual state boards and thus vary by state jurisdiction. Although every state board of accountancy has slightly different requirements to sit for the CPA examination, most states have the same core set of qualifications that candidates must meet in order to be eligible. Let’s take a look at what

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CPA Course Comparison: Becker vs. Roger

Both Becker CPA Review and Roger CPA Review are praised for their effective study courses. But only one of them can be the best, and that’s what we’re here to find out. So read on to see just how these two course providers stack up against each other!

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How to Become a CPA Without a Degree in Accounting

Is it possible to become a CPA without a degree in Accounting? Yes, it is possible for non-accountants and non-accounting majors to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). It’s just getting a lot harder than it used to be. Let’s take a look at how you can become a CPA if you are not an

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5 Best CPE Courses for CPAs

5 Best CPE Courses for CPAs

Each and every course listed here rank among the top continuing professional education courses on the market. All courses listed are approved by local state CPA societies (such as NASBA) and the IRS.