How to Pass the CPA Exam

How to Pass the CPA Exam

The CPA exam is feared by many people who want to become certified public accountants. The exam is not an easy one indeed and has a pretty low passing rate. As a matter of fact, only 5% of all people who take the test pass it in their first try. Still, this doesn’t mean the test is impossible to take. Here are a few tips about how to pass the CPA exam.

First of all, and this is extremely important, you need to learn how to calm down your anxiety. Read more

Book Keeping For Entrepreneurs

Book Keeping For Entrepreneurs

Book keeping by definition is a Systematic Recording of the company’s financial transaction. Is your box full of receipts? Are you unable to locate check payments made for you? If the answer is yes then its time for book keeping.

Accounting ends with score keeping but it begins with update. Here are some tips for easier book keeping. I hope that It could help you organize and keep your business on sound financial footing.

First, choose the right accounting system that suits your business. Read more

Chartered Accountancy Institutes

Chartered Accountancy Institutes

The profession of chartered accountancy is one the most secured, lucrative and never ending professions. The positive improvement in the worldwide globalization has brought a revolution in almost every industry and therefore, each and every industry is competing to expanding their quality and services. Many local and international companies dealing with various brands and products are starting up rapidly but there is one thing common in all of them i.e. Read more

CPA Exam Fees

CPA Exam Fees

The CPA exam fees vary to some extent from one state to another. Usually somewhere between $575 and $800 (for all the 4 sections of the test), the CPA fees are not really that high if you think into perspective. Becoming a certified public accountant can be a very lucrative career.

Still, you need to make sure that you are eligible for the examination process itself. This, again, varies somewhat from state to state. Read more