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Harvard Economist: Bankruptcy, not bailout, is the right answer

I keep this blog focused on the CPA Exam and purposely don’t delve into topical tangents like politics or other non-Exam related subjects. The CPA Exam however, tests on economics and business in general, as well as the obvious accounting topics that you would expect. I also can’t think of a more pressing and relevant […]

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Save $650 Billion under the Dave Ramsey Bailout Plan

I am a huge Dave Ramsey fan and have been a coordinator for his Financial Peace University class where people learn the novel concept of not spending more than you make. As everyone knows the government is hysterically devising a plan to put us $700 billion (with no cap) into further debt. Dave is a […]

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FAR – October/November 2008 Window

Any score update info and all FAR comments regarding the Oct/Nov 2008 test window (studying as well as exam results) will take place here. This saves people the trouble of having to read multiple posts on the topic. Please: 1. No posting of actual exam info (hints included) 2. For legal reasons, if you think […]

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REG – October/November 2008 Window

Any score update info and all REG comments regarding the Oct/Nov 2008 test window (studying as well as exam results) will take place here. This saves people the trouble of having to read multiple posts on the topic. Please: 1. No posting of actual exam info (hints included) 2. For legal reasons, if you think […]

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FAR Rant – July/August 2008

If you sat for FAR during the July/August window and want to share a success story or vent some frustration, please do so. Any thoughts or insights you share can be beneficial to current or future candidates. Guidelines: 1. No disclosing or hints about actual exam content 2. For legal reasons if you failed with […]

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REG Rant – July/August 2008

If you sat for REG during the July/August window and want to share a success story or vent some frustration, please do so. Any thoughts or insights you share can be beneficial to current or future candidates. Guidelines: 1. No disclosing or hints about actual exam content 2. For legal reasons if you failed with […]

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REGULATOR.

I knew coming out of the exam that I had passed, but I didn’t expect this. I’m paranoid so I’m whiting out my info until I have my certificate in hand. Thank you GOD. Update: I got my paper confirmation on September 22 – a timely six days after my score appeared online.

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Brutal BEC

I have received several e-mails today from frustrated people who failed BEC for the ___ time today. One person failed it on their 5th attempt and another on their 3rd. I’m no expert on BEC, but I do know a thing or two about repeatedly failing it, so I can relate. I began this blog […]

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FAR Beyond Driven

I took the weekend off from studying after taking REG last week and have since been tinkering with the idea of studying for Financial Accounting and Reporting, but have so far found limited success in this endeavor. I’ve been pondering what exactly could motivate one to start studying for a section of the CPA Exam […]

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REG: Not So Bad (if you study)

Today’s testing experience was a great success, I think. I was better prepared than I’ve been for any section I’ve taken (and passed) and I felt like I knew most of the answers – even the exception to the exception questions where the obvious answer was wrong. There were a couple of multiple choice that […]

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