Jodi Ryan is the Director of Student and Academic Relations at the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), which is a professional partner of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP). Learn more about why the IMA partners with BAP and how they’re working together to ensure that accounting students learn everything they need to know to make an informed decision about their future careers in accounting.
Monday, July 24, 2017 | Roger CPA Review | 0 Comments
It's that time of year again. That's right. The Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) Annual Meeting is quickly approaching.
And we're more excited than ever to attend in sunny Anaheim, California from August 3-5, 2017. For those of you who are already BAP members, we're looking forward to seeing you there! But for those of you who aren't, watch our video below to get a quick overview about what this organization is, why you should join, and why we're so proud to partner with them.
Without a solid foundation and legitimate, well-thought-out plan, you're almost guaranteed to fail the CPA Exam. As Roger always says, the CPA Exam is a test of discipline and in order to succeed, you're going to have to overcome procrastination, poor planning, and the temptation of outside distractions.
In part 1 of this series, I talked about how to have the right mindset and obtain your CPA license. In part 2, I went over understanding the importance of engagement budgets and their impact on partner performance. In part 3, I dissected navigating the workplace and how you can leverage yourself for promotions. In the last and final part of this series, I'll go over how chances are at some point in time, you will be leaving your accounting firm for other opportunities. However, your firm relationships will stay with you forever.
Passing the CPA Exam is, by all accounts, one of the toughest things you'll ever have to do. But, it will also be one of the most rewarding. However, since it requires a lot of time and effort, many students and professionals fall into the trap of postponing the exam when they shouldn't.
In part 1 of this series, I talked about how to have the right mindset and obtain your CPA license. In part 2, I went over understanding the importance of engagement budgets and their impact on partner performance. In part 3, here are some additional thoughts on navigating the workplace and how you can leverage yourself for promotions and keeping up with typical public accounting company culture.
Congratulations! You are now working full time at an accounting firm...what’s next? Or, if you haven't gotten that full-time offer quite yet but are looking forward to it in the near future, it's never too early to learn how you can survive and thrive once you do.
Hello. My name is Jen Goldfarb and I have a boyfriend of 8 years+. He is beginning his second year of his family medicine residency. This works well for us as we’re both kept incredibly busy by our career pursuits as I am studying for the CPA Exam. I am from West Palm Beach but reside in St. Petersburg, FL.