Vanquishing the CPA Exam Without Breaking the Bank
I am a frugal person by nature, so when I set out to pursue the CPA designation back in the Fall of 2011, I intended to devise an exam preparation strategy that would allow me to pass each section of the CPA Exam on the first attempt and do so at the lowest cost possible. At the time, I was two years removed from obtaining my college degree and like many of you reading this, I had no idea where to start.
Curated from ericpbutts.com
Eric, the editor and publisher of the blog site ericpbutts.com, was kind enough to let me write a guest post for his highly acclaimed digital content publishing platform. When I asked him which topics he thought his blog’s readership might be the most curious learning about, his reply was that lately he had been receiving queries about the new revenue recognition standard and about effective CPA Exam review strategies. I thought that writing a serious article about the new revenue recognition standard may require a significant amount of time that is not currently available to me. On the other hand, I always wanted to write a follow up to an old blog post titled “Passing the CPA Exam: A Review Strategy Based on Self Confidence and Frugality!” but could never find enough resolve to do so … that is until now. I truly believe any would CPA Exam candidate may benefit from hearing some of the tales related to my journey towards passing all sections of the Uniform CPA Exam.