There is no magic formula to passing the CPA Exam, but there are a few ways that you can increase your Exam score by setting yourself up for success. Below are the 6 things we recommend doing to boost your score.
It’s summertime and you just graduated from college with an accounting degree. You’ve accepted a position and will be starting at a new firm in the fall. It might be tempting to sit around the pool sipping cool drinks over the next 3 months, but why not get a jumpstart on your career instead? Getting ahead of the game (and your colleagues) by sitting for and passing the CPA Exam over the next 3 months will be a huge game changer in your career trajectory. Here’s how.
Kayla Jackson started taking the CPA Exam four years ago, but was unable to finish. After hearing about Roger CPA Review from a coworker, Kayla has now passed all 4 sections! Read more about her journey below.
In part 9 of our professional network series with Tom Rogowski, CPA, Roger CPA Review's Senior Business Development Director, Tom discusses how the employer and employee relationship has recently shifted in public accounting. Find out what firms thinks about "job hopping," and how firms face the "war for talent."
You’re anxiously waiting to start your internship, and you want to knock it out of the park so you can snag a full-time job offer. And getting a full-time offer means making your senior year less stressful as you get one step closer toward graduation and starting your accounting career! So in order to boost your chances of being offered a full-time gig, here are some things you can do during your internship to make yourself stand out.
The tax reform, informally known as the "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act," was signed into law by President Trump on December 22, 2017, after Congress’ final approval. The new law is the most extensive overhaul of the US tax code in over 30 years. The tax reform includes a number of provisions that highly affect both corporations and individuals. And, in previous articles, we broke down the tax reform even further by analyzing its effects on accounting students, CPA candidates, and the CPA Exam.
Roger Philip, CPA, CGMA, CEO of Roger CPA Review, discusses the different ways in which the Tax Reform will impact the CPA Exam and how candidates can prepare for these changes in order to be successful on Exam Day. Watch his video or read the article below to learn more:
Kyle Bydlon knew that Roger CPA Review was the right choice for him after seeing sample lectures. Kyle has passed all 4 sections of the CPA Exam and is excited to put those 3 letters behind his name. Learn more about Kyle's favorite part of our course and how it helped him succeed on Exam Day!
As many if not all of you know, on December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts & Jobs ACT (TCJA) was passed to “simplify” the tax code. With this Tax Reform being the largest revamp of its kind in over 30 years, it has significantly changed both individual and business entities' income taxes. In addition, it will also affect other facets of the profession--beginning with you. If you're a current accounting major, you probably want to know how the Tax Reform affects you professionally, academically, and as a CPA Exam candidate.
Luckily, Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA, CEO of Roger CPA Review, discusses these points and more. Watch his video or read his article below to learn more: