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Good News for all Chartered Accountants & Congrats ICAI. If you are a CA, you can get 60-90 credits. Yes, you heard correctly. Chartered Accountants can get 60 to 90 credits for CPA. From now onwards, the CA qualification is treated as Post Graduation. Students who have done CA foundation will be given additional credits. If you are a CPT, no credits will be added to you. The Uniform CPA Exam follows a certain credit…

Clearing the US CPA Exam is one of the major hurdles for CPA aspirants, but it is not as difficult as you think. This article will help you to pass the CPA exam on your first try. 5 Secrets to Pass the CPA exam Consistency in studying Online review course Study tools Read questions carefully Give your best answer 1. Consistency in studying Here, we would like to give important advice, Always space out your…

US CPA Exam: “You never fail until you stop trying” – Albert Einstein. In 2000, I’d just graduated from a University with multiple honors within 3 years and I went to work for my first-choice employer. Life was very good; I was a young person making a great salary with an extremely bright future. My first priority as a tax accountant working for a global firm was to take the CPA course and pass the…

STEP 1: TIME LIMIT (MAXIMUM 20 DAYS) Listen to Becker’s lectures and whenever you feel like you didn’t understand some concept you can always refer to Simandhar’s classes for conceptual clarity. Simultaneously, write down notes for each module and make sure you leave two pages blank after each module (useful at Step 2 and 3), this takes time but is extremely useful for revision. Also make sure you do skills practice videos, MCQs, and SIMs…