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It starts out so quiet, so innocent. It's Monday January 6th and you settle into your chair. Tax season eh? Maybe this year won't be so bad after all. But you're wrong. It's worse. January … then February … then March … 6 days a week … and then 7 days a week … … and then finally 8 days a week as it crescendos into a three-hole-punched-sign-here-sticker-zombie-utopia where you're willing to slam day-old Folgers just to stay awake. Every Day is the Same. Every Day Sucks. At least you're getting overtime. But wait – there's more. You wanted to start the year off with a bang, so you back in December, you scheduled Financial Accounting and Reporting for April 21. No Rest for the Weary. How to Study for the CPA Exam 20 Hours a Week During Busy Season. To fit it in work, family/friends, sanity, and studying 20

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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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Working mothers are in a category all their own when it comes to passing the CPA exam. We not only strive to balance work and family, but when you throw the CPA Exam in the mix, you're going down a road only few can fathom. We are the rock of the family. We provide financial support, comfort, nutrition, stability, refereeing, homework checks, matching socks, boo-boo kisses, clean toilets, chauffeur service, etc. We give everything our absolute all and no one notices when we skip a beat because we are that good. That's why it was so difficult for me to accept I could not reach my unattainable level of perfection while I tried to pass the CPA exam. Something had to give. For instance, I had a semi-decorated house at Christmas and at another time, I was 3 points shy of passing this exam. Being successful at it all is

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Want to Study Less & Get Higher CPA Exam Scores? Can I send you $162.12 of Free CPA Review Materials that will help you… Study Less Avoid Common CPA Candidate Mistakes Get Higher Scores Spend More Time with Friends and Family Finally Pass and Get On With Your Life?

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The AICPA has released a statement on the Trump Tax Law Changes and how they will be tested on the CPA Exam. They will be tested in January 2019, which is a six-month delay. Analysis: Typically, new tax law changes are testable beginning in July each year, but will the massive changes, coupled with the fact that the CPA Exam itself is getting a slight facelift in Q2 2018, it looks like the AICPA is looking to change one thing at time, which I think is a smart move (and I'm sure CPA Candidates will agree) 🙂 Full Statement from the AICPA: New Tax Law Testing in 2019 (February 1, 2018) – The AICPA Board of Examiners (BOE) recently approved January 1, 2019 (19Q1) as the date on which content related to the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” (Public Law No. 115-97 An act to provide for reconciliation pursuant to

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How to Pass the CPA Exam using only NINJA CPA Review Hey, everyone. Jeff Elliott here with another71.com. In this video, I am going to walk you through how to pass the CPA Exam with only NINJA CPA Review Materials. What prompted me to make this video was I got an email from Chris. He says, “I've been a member of your online forum for quite a while and was excited to see you had started to offer your own review course. I sent you a tweet earlier about instructions on how to use the materials. One of my major issues with using, my current course, was I was sent a bundle of material but with no plan of attack on how to effectively use the materials. Needless to say, it wasn't a rewarding experience. This evening, I plan to buy your complete package. I'm hoping that I can get

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