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As much as I hate stereotypes, I am writing a blog post for an accounting website. I am going to go out on a limb and make an assumption that my audience is type-A, loves making lists and organizing information (guilty, as charged!). As such, I am organizing some CPA exam study tips in a list form. These are tips that I wish I would’ve known when I first started…Continue
This week, we'll be taking a look at ten common mistakes first-year CPAs make and how to avoid them. Since ten points would make for a fairly long blog, we're dividing them up into a two-part series. Remember, you are expected to make mistakes in your first year. However, these are ten mistakes that can easily be avoided and earn you a good reputation among clients. Here's a look at the first five mistakes veteran CPAs say freshmen CPAs make.
Added by John Pelicano on May 28, 2014 at 11:43am — No Comments
I'm a fan of hands-on, project-based learning and those in education like Alfie Kohn, John Dewey and Jean Piaget. I'm wondering if there's a way to study for the CPA exam using such techniques as I absorb information so much better by experiencing it than learning it in textbook study sessions.
I noticed in my score report today that in every area that I was stronger in were those in which I had previous work experience (and tangible understanding). I know exactly where to focus…Continue
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