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Last-Minute Guide to the Updated CPA Exam

The updated CPA Exam makes its debut at the start of this month with an adjusted focus designed to continue to ensure that the candidates who pass it have the required knowledge and skills to protect the public interest. This article from … Continue reading

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10-Key vs. a Normal Calculator

A calculator is one of an accountant’s most useless or valuable tools. I say useless because Microsoft Excel can do all of the functions that the most high-tech calculators can do. However, we rarely take out our laptops and open … Continue reading

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Get Ahead in Your Career—Volunteer!

Volunteering might not be a top priority during your college career or as you prepare for the CPA exam, but there are numerous reasons to consider donating your time. First and foremost, it’s a great way to make a difference … Continue reading

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Accounting: The Ultimate Team Sport!

Do I know everything about accounting? Not a chance! However, being a former student athlete, I tend to relate many things I’ve learned in sports to real-life situations. I’m not saying that being an accountant means you are going to … Continue reading

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Three shots at pocketing $10K. Are you in?

The AICPA Accounting Competition is back, and it’s sweeter than ever. Each of the finalist teams will earn $10K, a trip to Washington, D.C. to present in front of a panel of accounting elite *and* a monetary award for their … Continue reading

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