How to Pass the CPA Exam (for only $67/mo)

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Future CPA, As you’re reading this today, you likely find yourself in one of two camps: Camp #1: You’re ditching your CPA Review course (maybe it expired, or maybe you’re just simply “over” it) and going #fullNINJA Camp #2: You have a full CPA Review course and want to supplement with NINJA I get these questions all of the time, if not daily, at least several times a week: “I have X CPA Review course. How do I supplement it with NINJA?” or “My X CPA Review Course expired. How do I study with only NINJA?” or “AHHHHH! I literally cannot stand another second of X CPA Review Course. HELP ME!!!!!” If you’re in either camp or find yourself asking a question similar to these, you’ve come to the right place. Tens of thousands of CPA Candidates have successfully followed my advice in this area, and I wish you the […]

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Failed The CPA Exam: Now What?

This is from the CPA Exam Survival Guide, which is a free download to all Another71 readers. I know that right now is a miserable time and it is easy to start believing thoughts that simply are not true. Thoughts like you’re not smart enough to pass, accounting isn’t for you, the AICPA hates you and does not want you in the profession, etc. I personally felt all those emotions and had those thoughts going through my head as well. A few years removed from the exam process, I can tell you that being on the other side truly is worth it. My problem was always commitment to the exam. I wanted to be a CPA, but I didn’t really want to be a CPA. (I had better things to do after a long day of public accounting like play Madden.) Picture yourself three years from now. Will this momentarily […]

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17 Stupid Things Said by Family & Friends about the CPA Exam

Friends and Family sometimes don’t know the right thing to say when trying to support CPA Candidates, so instead, they say the wrong thing. Another71 Forum members share some of the best worst things people have said to them about the CPA Exam: MomofFive-NY: We were invited to a neighbor’s pool party in August. I was studying intensely for FAR, so I sent an email that said my family would be able to come, but I needed to study for my upcoming exam. My neighbor had apparently overheard me saying that I had been studying for months, so she replied with “If you don’t know this **** by now, you are never going to know it”. kmcauliffe: After explaining to my mother in law that the pass rate is like 40%, she says, “Why don’t they just let everyone pass?” jaks: One of my best friends (who was a journalism […]

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How to Choose the Best CPA Review Course (for you)


Looking for the Best CPA Review Course? Here’s a Secret: There is no “Best CPA Review Course”. That’s Fake News. Every CPA Review Course has their advantages … and their drawbacks. Some are affordable … but might not have as many bells, whistles, and flashing lights. Some have the above-mentioned bells, whistles, and flashing lights, but between a mortgage, car payments, student loans, starting a family, trying to take a vacation once every five years, 401(k) contributions, Roth IRAs … good luck paying it off before you have grandchildren. Want to find the Best CPA Review Course – *For You*? Now we’re talking. Whether this is your first CPA Review Course purchase or you simply want to add some extra firepower to your current (and crazy-expensive) CPA Review Course, you’ve come to the right place.   How to Choose the Best CPA Review Courses (For You) When looking to pick […]

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