Rollie is a NINJA CPA blogger. NINJAs, REG studying is falling way behind due to my lack of motivation surrounding this process. If you do recall, I been at this for quite a while and have plenty attempts under my belt, thus the de-motivation feeling is kicking in. I tell myself I need to “Just suck it up, Buttercup” and get this done once and for all. Alas, my excuses continue to overcome my motivation to start a study session, etc. I feel like this is a common feeling among many candidates. “Oh, this pile of bills has been sitting here for a month, might as well go through them now,” or “Maybe I will try cooking a fancy and intricate meal for supper after work.” Everything seems better than studying. On the less depressing side of things, I am making progress with . I am finally in the adaptive
Rollie is a NINJA CPA blogger. NINJAs, REG is going slower and slower as the time suck of doctor appointments have taken up a lot of my precious time from a car accident in November. I am no longer on track to take the test on my scheduled date, as I have fallen way behind. Hopefully I can catch up and take REG in the first week in the cold, dark January. The good news is that I am remembering a lot of the tax issues and business law concepts from when I passed REG the first time around many eons ago. I am still working slowly through the trying to get my head around S-Corps and Partnership taxation. It is quite exciting and riveting. I remember one trick that helped me better understand taxation, was to have a physical form of the tax return. Then I would “walk” myself
Rollie is a NINJA CPA blogger. With the buzz of holiday cheer adrift in the air and holiday decoration exploding in our house, I sit at my card table that is not on the rooftop to memorize taxation and contract law. Nothing is more joyful than restudying for the test that you once passed. At least Kenny G can make it mostly better. I am slowly picking up speed on my REG studying after hitting a major time-suck with post car accident appointments. I am currently trending around the 52 percent mark and I am hoping to stay motivated through the holiday season to take my test in early January. My pro tip from my last post about using the tax forms is really helping me regain knowledge of tax issues. Contract law on the other hand is major time suck and it questions my actual level of reading comprehension.
Rollie is a NINJA CPA blogger. NINJAs, After my depressing post from last time discussing my fears from taking AUD for the 4th time, I have decided to switch it up and tackle REG. I have passed REG before back in the day with a 77. Thus I would have more confidence and be able to answer all the tax questions I will start receiving in January… I think the issue delves from losing my confidence. Knowing that I have passed REG in the past will help! Taxation makes a lot more sense to me as you can usually walk yourself through the return to find, ironically, logical solutions to the questions sims. And let’s get this out before tax season begins: The RETURN is what you file. The REFUND is what you will be receiving. Your RETURN isn’t coming in 10 days, but your REFUND is coming in 10