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Ready for REG?

I have put in about 30 hours of studying since Sunday night. I had the good fortune of work being extremely “slow” this week for me, so guess who sat at his desk and studied all day Mon-Wed? While going through Yaeger‘s DVD course, I filled a legal pad with notes. Starting Monday, I re-wrote […]

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REG Update

Although I’ve scored two consecutive 74s on Regulation and own Yaeger‘s cram DVD (I didn’t use it on my last attempt aside from Corps because I was swamped with BEC and up against the deadline or I lost FAR), I made a deal with myself that I would slow down and go back through REG […]

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Unplugged

I’m 18 days out from my exam and I intend on being completely through my REG lecture DVDs in a week. Yaeger‘s REG program has 9 DVDs and I’m on Disc 2. Hmmmm. I’m a prodigious procrastinator and when you couple this with the fact that I’m a news/sports junkie, I tend to goof off […]

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Save The Date

I scheduled my Quarterly 74 on Regulation for… Thursday August Twenty-Eight, Two Thousand and Eight You are cordially invited to attend. Hors d’oeuvres and cash bar to follow.

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Conspiracy of Fools

This is off-topic somewhat, but still highly relevant to the CPA exam. I have been reading (actually an audio book) “Conspiracy of Fools” by Kurt Eichenwald, which gives readers an inside view of what exactly happened at Enron. I’m halfway through the book (I listen to it at work when I have some spreadsheet maintenance […]

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NASBA: 150 hour rule doesn’t make public safer…

NASBA issued a draft in June titled “Education and Licensure Requirements for Certified Public Accountants: A Discussion Regarding Degreed Candidates Sitting for the Uniform CPA Examination with a Minimum of 120 Credit Hours (120-Hour Candidate) and Becoming Eligible for Licensure with a Minimum of 150 Credit Hours (150-Hour Candidate)”. They stress that the discussion isn’t […]

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Reminder: New Research Format

Remember: starting in the July/August 2008 window, there is a new format for completing the research tab of the simulations. Be sure to practice doing it at least once so that you’re reasonably proficient with the new format prior to entering the testing room. Failing to do so could cost you precious minutes as your […]

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