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My name is Tawfic Siiba. I was born and raised in Ghana, a country located in West Africa and south of the Sahara Desert. Ghana shares a common boundary with Burkina Faso to the north, La Cote D’loire to the west, Togo to the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the south.

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August-2018-Student-of-the-Month-Pawel-Makuch

Pawel Makuch wasn't sure which CPA review course to go with until he found the many testimonials students left about Roger CPA Review. See what his favorite aspect of our course was and how passing the CPA Exam has changed his career! 

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Tips-for-Networking-at-Firm-Events
Before job application deadlines, many of the firms will hold information sessions and networking events to give you an introduction to the company. These events are a great opportunity to meet professionals and explore which firms are a good fit for you. Here are some helpful tips to get ready for networking events.
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The-Key-to-a-Fulfilling-Career-and-Life
Corey Ciocchetti is an Ethics and Law Professor at the University of Denver, and will also be a keynote speaker at BAP Annual in Washington D.C. this year. Corey was gracious enough to sit down with us to give us a sneak peek of what his keynote speech will be about and how we can implement it to lead more meaningful personal and professional lives. 
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What's-Your-Inspiration-to-Become-a-CPA

I chose to get my degree in accounting in order to ensure a better life for both me and my son. At the time, I was working full-time to support us and not feeling like I was going anywhere. With the support of my then-boyfriend (now husband), I decided to return to school and get my bachelor's degree.

Since I worked full-time and had to be home to take my son to/from school and sports, I was not able to participate in any extracurricular activities at the school. I graduated in May of 2017 and my daughter was born in August. Getting my CPA license has always been in my plans, but I have not been able to start studying for it due to the cost of review courses. The Roger CPA Review Scholarship has allowed me to pursue my career goals and make my family proud.

 

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Sarah Bee is a Senior Instructor of Accounting at Seattle University, BAP Chapter Advocate, and Treasurer and Conference Chair of the AIS Educator’s Association. A fun fact about Sarah is she got married on cross country skis and her guests had to snowshoe two miles to the wedding ceremony  after taking an 8-mile snowmobile ride. 
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Preparing-Accounting-Students-for-Today's-Technologies
The accounting profession, especially when considering emerging technologies, is rapidly evolving. This increased rate of innovation is directly correlated to the advancement of the accounting profession and the digital implications it’s having on traditional accounting processes. 
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Is-it-Possible-to-be-Social-While-Studying-for-the-CPA-Exam?

Is it possible to balance time spent studying for the CPA Exam with an actual social life? Kristin Lynes, Chief Operating Officer at Roger CPA Review, believes it’s plausible as long as you set the correct expectations with your support system

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Why-You-Should-Get-Your-CPA-License-Advice-From-a-BAP-Faculty-Advisor

Kristine “Tina” Caratan, MNA, CPA, CGMA is an Executive Lecturer and Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) Faculty Advisor at San Francisco State University. In this interview, we sat down with Tina to talk about the importance of CPA licensure, how Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) plays a significant role in professional development for college students, and how she sees the accounting profession evolving in the future. 

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