For CPAs, there are a lot of different places you could get your continuing education courses online, and we recognize that. The most important thing is to do your research on each organization offering CPA continuing education and make an informed decision that is best for you. That’s why we’d like to take a few… Read more »
How important are financial and accounting certifications? It all depends on your potential employer. Some companies require these certifications while others are open to offering a higher salary to those who’ve earned their certifications.
Which is right for me, private vs public accounting? Whether you’ve recently graduated or you’re looking to change course mid-career, it’s likely that you’ve wondered at some point.
It’s official: the new changes to the CPA exam administered by the American Institute of CPAs will take effect on April 1, 2017. The changes are significant and many accountants who’ve long considered sitting for the exam are scrambling to figure out how to pass the CPA exam before 2017.
When you think of a CPA many people automatically think numbers.
Most people envision someone at a desk stacked high with paperwork and furiously pounding away on a calculator. In today’s world, that image is no longer accurate.
Successful CPAs of the modern age need to not only be good with numbers, but they also need to be skilled communicators with top-notch business writing skills.
Whether it is watching a webinar, taking online cpe courses, or attending an educational session at a conference, CPAs have several ways they can accumulate CPE credits.
In today’s digital age, there are more educational opportunities available now for tax and accounting professionals than ever before.
One area that tends to present bigger challenges and opportunities for growth is in financial reporting. Many of today’s top grossing companies would credit most of their success to reliable and efficient financial reporting.
One of the first steps into getting yourself prepared for the 2016 tax season is sorting through your client database. For an accountant, a great way to start the year off is by engaging with last year’s tax returners. A friendly tax season reminder is a great way to touch base with your client base after a busy holiday season. This will also help get you those appointments booked so you can begin to prep for the busy tax season.
What CPAs need to know for CPE Juggling a busy lifestyle, along with the stress of studying, can make it difficult to keep up with state requirements for CPE. Below you will find 5 helpful tips every CPA should know for the CPE. Determine if you are a minimum or maximum learner: CPAs should decide… Read more »
Its important you stay updated with your state requirements. This article contains all information on all 50 states requirement for your CPA’s continuing professional education. Don’t wait to the last minute .