Erik Galstyan is a graduate from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He passed the CPA Exam with an average score of 82 for each section! See why he chose Roger CPA Review and why he recommends this course to anyone.
The CPA Exam has undergone several changes in 2018, including content updates that were eligible for testing on January 2, 2018 and a new user interface experience that will be launched on April 1st, 2018. The changes, while important, are much less impactful than the CPA Exam changes in 2017. However, it’s important to be aware of the changes so that you’re properly prepared on Exam day.
Hello. My name is Stephen Morano and I am from New Jersey. I have been married for almost 22 years and have 2 daughters, ages 16 and 12. I enjoy listening to music, writing, quiet time and craft beer. And I'd like to share my story about how I become a CPA at the age of 44.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed by President Trump and became public law on December 22, 2017. The tax overhaul is the first of its kind in over three decades and has significantly reformed both individual and corporate income taxes. Most of the cuts are effective starting in 2018; the individual tax cuts generally expire in 2025 while the business tax cuts will remain permanent. This massive change to the tax code means CPAs must prepare to determine the effects on their clients’ finances and reassess their tax planning strategies accordingly.
Meet the Uber Generation – they “sign in” when they want to work, “sign out” when they’d like a break, and they hop around different jobs trying to find their path. They pivot often, but this generation is led by thinkers and innovators—individuals who listen, interact and interpret much differently than generations past.
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Studying for the CPA Exam can be an isolating experience. You do, of course, have the support of your family and friends, who are there to provide you with encouragement or be a sounding board when you need one.