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The Statement on Standards for Accounting and Review Services (SSARS) No. 21 is a recent pronouncement of the AICPA that will begin to appear on the CPA Exam as soon as July 2015. Watch this free 30-minute webcast event presented by Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA, to find out what you need to know about SSARS 21 for the CPA Exam.
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.
You hear a lot of information being given out about the CPA Exam - mostly the basic facts, such as scoring and format. But what aren't they telling you? Watch this 15-minute video, presented by Senior Business Alliance Manager, Mitra Wilson, to learn some less commonly addressed CPA Exam tips to make sure you are well informed before Exam Day!
Learn how to best utilize the AICPA's Sample Tests before sitting for the CPA Exam to test your readiness and provide a preview of the exam format and rules. This quick run-through of the AICPA’s practice tests will help guide you in using this important study resource.
The AICPA recommends 300-400 hours of studying to successfully pass the CPA Exam. So how do you determine the right amount of study hours for you? See what the profession’s leading CPA Exam instructor thinks you should take into account when strategizing your study schedule.
Tom Rogowski, CPA, Roger CPA Review's Senior Business Development Director, discusses how the employer and employee relationship has recently shifted in public accounting. Find out what firms thinks about "job hopping," and how firms face the "war for talent."
Do not fear the Written Communication portion of the BEC exam, we’re here to help! While you are not expected to be a literary genius or Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, there are a few tips that can help you through this portion of the CPA Exam. Learn the tricks to drafting a simple mock response to a client using proper grammar and punctuation.
Prepare your plan of attack for the most important exam of your life! The key to passing the CPA Exam is having a solid plan and sticking to it. Tune in and listen as Roger Philipp, CPA teaches you how to develop your own study plan and have a successful CPA Exam experience.
Did you know the FAR Exam had an important change in 2014? Tune in and listen to this quick webcast as Roger CPA Review’s Senior Editor, Mark Dauberman, discusses exactly what you need to know for the CPA Exam in regards to the new pronouncements eligible for testing.
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!).
Have questions about what the updated Audit Standards, known as the "Clarity Project," really entails? Don't fret! Roger Philipp, CPA has prepared an informative, 50-minute presentation that details the specifics of the "Clarity Project" in the industry and how it affects the Audit section of the CPA Exam.
Are you sitting for the CPA Exam in 2015? If so, you should know that there are changes happening! Find out what you need to know about the 2015 CPA Exam in this quick 10-minute summary covering all of the important changes to come, broadcasted straight from the desk of Elena Redko, CPA, one of Roger CPA Review's dedicated Content Specialists.
Just as you would study the content of the CPA Exam, it is also important to know the format, time allotment, testing windows, and topic breakdown for each of the four exams. Familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of the CPA Exam to make sure you are fully prepared for Exam Day.
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.
Many things change going from college to the professional world--including networking. Learn more about how to make the transition smoothly.
Many new accountants have a “right here, right now" approach to their careers and tend to be more entrepreneurial in spirit while challenging the status quo; however, it would be in their best interest to think longer term. Get tips on how to obtain career goals and increase salary here.
Before accepting an offer, it's important to align with an accounting firm's company culture. Learn how and why here.
Join us for a free 40-minute webcast on the major changes expected to appear on the 2017 CPA Exam. Watch as Roger Philipp, CPA, CGMA, takes an in-depth look at the expected changes and advises you on how to successfully prepare! You’ll learn about the changes being proposed for: Content, Skill level, Question type, Structure, & Time allotment
Think it's only important to network at the beginning of your career? Think again! See why it's imperative to build relationships throughout your career in order to open the door to more opportunity.
In our professional networking series with Roger CPA Review's Senior Business Development Director, Tom Rogowski, CPA, Tom discusses the importance of leveraging social media in the professional world to not only expand your contacts, but build relationships with them.
Technology has changed the accounting profession in a number of ways, not just how and where you work, but how firms obtain clients as well.
What does it take to sit for the CPA Exam? While the CPA Exam remains the same worldwide, the requirements vary across each state. Watch the video for more details and visit our CPA State Requirements page for detail.