Learn the best strategies for approaching any statement of cash flows question on the CPA Exam. Watch as Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA, builds a Statement of Cash Flows from the ground up, utilizing a 5-step process that breaks down and demystifies this notoriously difficult task.
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Does it matter which method you use to account for investments? Yes! Learn the difference between using cost and equity methods and the factor that determines the proper method to use when taking the FAR section of the CPA Exam.
Cost Accounting may be dreaded by many, but it is important to all. By determining cost of goods sold, managers can make important company decisions to help cut costs and improve profitability. Less cost and more money? Sounds like something you might want to know (for the BEC Exam and beyond!).
Watch as Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA, creates the mental framework to help you truly understand Audit Evidence and how to ensure these findings are sufficient and appropriate for the auditor’s conclusions.
How often do earnings per share (EPS) calculations need to be done and why? Learn how EPS can help determine company performance across time when calculated on a consistent basis.
Now remembering the 5 components of Internal Control is easy! Watch as Roger teaches you all new memory aid mnemonics to help recall these important CPA Exam concepts, tested on both the Multiple Choice and Task-Based Simulation portions of the AUD Exam.
Pulled straight from the FAR section of our CPA Review Course, Roger teaches you a fun and easy-to-remember mnemonic to help recall the four requirements under GAAP used to determine a capital lease.
You’ve never seen Itemized Deductions taught like this before, and we can assure that you’ll never forget it. In this 5-minute lecture, Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA helps you “COmMITT” these deductions to memory.
Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA, explains Plant, Property, and Equipment as Fixed Assets in this video. Learn more about this topic that is covered in the Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR) section of the CPA Exam.