The advent of eLearning has dramatically changed the way people teach, learn, and retain information. According to eLearning Industry, now, more than ever, learners and companies are turning to eLearning courses and online training events to achieve their personal and professional goals.
The age old question for every accounting student or young professional seeking a position in public accounting will ask: “What Line Of Business Should I Choose: Audit or Tax?” For some, the answer is simple. For others, it can be a bit more complicated. So we're here to help break down what each entails and what the pros and cons are.
Amid my exam preparation, I’ve been wondering a lot about my study habits and techniques. There seems to be such an overwhelming amount of material to remember and I want to maximize my learning in the most efficient manner possible.
On December 27, 2016, the FASB issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-20 to make various amendments to the new revenue recognition standard, going into effect for years beginning after December 15, 2017 for public entities and one year later for nonpublic entities.
Our January 2017 Student of the Month is Fahad Farooq! Learn more about why Fahad chose Roger CPA Review, what he found most valuable out of the course, and his best advice for using the Roger method to pass the CPA Exam.
There's no doubt that many CPA Candidates use social media as a creative, fun, and interactive outlet for venting frustrations when it comes to studying for the CPA Exam, especially on Twitter. So, we thought it would be a great idea to gather some of our favorite Tweets from 2016 that capture what it's like to prepare for the CPA Exam!