Tax Avoidance By The Numbers: The Paradise Papers

Here’s a quick riddle for you: what do Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Shakira, and Queen Elizabeth II have in common? All of them are mentioned in the Paradise Papers! This 1.4-Terabyte treasure trove of financial documents contains details about some of the world’s wealthiest people. The list of hundreds of people whose confidential transactions have been

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LSAT vs GRE – Which Test Do Law Schools Prefer?

In 2016, the Arizona School of Law made history when they began to allow prospective students to apply using GRE scores in place of the LSAT. After conducting a study into the reliability of GRE scores for predicting law school performance, Arizona found that the GRE was a “valid and reliable” predictor of first-term law

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Tax Fraud By The Numbers: The Trump Timeline

It’s no secret that tax law in the United States is extremely confusing. Even the length of the official tax code is subject to wild speculation; people estimate it to be somewhere between 2,500 pages and four times the length of the complete written works of Shakespeare. As a result of this confusion, many people

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Top 4 Best Online CAPM Exam Prep Courses

Looking at the best CAPM exam prep courses and deciding which one is right for you isn’t always the easiest thing in the world to do. There are several study guide companies that offer different options for candidates, and you guessed it. They all advertise that they have the best CAPM study materials. So, how

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Compare the Best FRM Study Materials and Prep Courses

Finding the best FRM study materials that will prepare you to pass the Financial Risk Manager exam is harder than you think. There are a bunch of different options you can choose from and obviously, each company is going to say that its FRM certification course is the best. Therefore, what are you supposed to do

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How to Get College Credit Studying for the CPA Exam

Since most states require you to have a bachelor’s degree with 150 college credit hours in order to take the CPA exam, you might be wondering, “Can you get college credit studying for the CPA exam?” The answer is yes. There are several different ways that you can get a few college credits just for

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Is a CPA Review Course Tax Deductible?

Every good aspiring CPA has probably asked him or herself, are my CPA review course fees and expenses tax deductible? I will admit that I thought about this too when I was shelling out thousands of dollars to pay for my AICPA-approved CPA prep course. Unfortunately, the IRS has ruled on several occasions that CPA

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