This week, the State Boards of Accountancy for both Missouri and Ohio passed bills to allow students in both states to sit for the CPA Exam after completing 120 semester hours of coursework.
Got questions about the 2019 CPA Exam? We have answers! Check out our top FAQs that we’ve been receiving from candidates about the 2019 CPA Exam changes and how to prepare for success.
Here are the top things you need to know to pass the Exam successfully in 2019.
Find out what Auditing & Attestation (AUD) updates to the CPA Exam are eligible for testing Q3 2019.
The 2020 CPA Exam changes will be effective on the CPA Exam starting January 1, 2020. There have been major changes to the FAR section of the Exam, most notably around Financial Instruments – Credit Losses. The changes in Financial Instruments – Credit Losses are complex. That’s why our CPA Experts recommend sitting for FAR before the end of the year.
Take the CPA Exam next year to not only avoid the scary 2017 CPA Exam changes, but also to get ahead of the game and pursue your professional career goals faster!
Find out how the new tax bill will affect the CPA Exam and why you should sit for REG before July 1, 2018.
See what the AICPA is updating on the CPA Exam software coming Q3 of 2019.
The AICPA and NASBA met with CPA Review Providers on March 19, 2020, and provided more information about how COVID-19 is affecting the CPA Exam. They also discussed the changes coming to the CPA Exam for the remainder of 2020 and into 2021. We’ve covered a COVID-19 CPA Exam updates in our articles, Prometric Closure & NASBA […]
The number of Multiple Choice Questions will be decreasing on the 2017 CPA Exam. But what does this mean in terms of testing higher order skills? Find out.