2019 is coming to an end, and those interested in obtaining credentials have been busy on our blog this year. Here are the top five blog posts being read in 2019.
We know that everyone’s goal for the CMA Exam is to pass it as quickly as possible – so that means you need to know how to study efficiently. If you’re looking to maximize study efficiency and effectively manage your study days, check out these six time management tips for studying for the CMA Exam.
As the world becomes more technologically advanced across all sectors, CISA professionals are in higher demand to ensure information systems are working properly and aren’t compromised. So, if that’s in your future, you might find yourself wondering how long you’ll need to study so you can pass the CISA Exam. Check out this blog post for your answer.
The Enrolled Agent credential is often overshadowed by its well-known counterpart: The CPA. So why should Tax Preparers care? Because it’s a great option for anyone who enjoys working with taxes, creating relationships, and helping others. Take a look at this blog and learn about the benefits of earning your EA credential.
The Enrolled Agent Exam (also called the Special Enrollment Exam or SEE) is the first step you need to take to become a tax professional able to represent clients before the IRS. Becoming an EA is not a walk in the park, but by knowing a little more about the exam, you’ll be prepared for your new career. That’s what this blog post is for!
In college, many accounting students gravitate towards one of the big four accounting firms – but career choices aren’t as cut and dry as they seem. The transferrable skills present in CPAs are in high demand across many career paths. Take a look at this list of 5 alternative roles for CPAs.