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How They REALLY Score The CPA Exam

By | 2017 CPA Exam, AUD section, BEC section, CPA Exam Prep, FAR section, General Exam, General Exam Information, REG section | No Comments

Sometimes the only thing more stressful than taking a test is waiting to see how you did on it. Did I answer every question? Did I show my work correctly? Oh god, what if I forgot to put my name on it somehow? We all get these anxieties whether we we’re taking a spelling test in middle school or waiting…

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Women in Accounting

The Future of Accounting is Female: Women in Accounting are on the Rise

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Despite the fact that many people think women aren’t interested in math and science, the number of women currently working in the accounting industry suggests otherwise. More and more women are choosing to become accountants, and this is hardly a new trend. Between 1983 and 2012, the number of female accountants grew from 39% to 60%. One key reason so…

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Culture Shock for Accounting Firms

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In previous posts we wrote about changes facing accountants and CPAs with regard to technology and its ramifications for the industry.  But today’s focus is a bit different: How firms will be affected by the future changes not just in technology but also the outlook and expectations of the workforce.  Firms will be the big driver of any changes in…

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What Makes a Bad Boss?

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They say the average person spends 30% of their life at work.  This is a huge part of your life and if you don’t like what you’re doing it can be a drag on the rest of your existence.  One of the main causes of job dissatisfaction is a boss who isn’t good at their job.  We’re not talking about…

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