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Vipin – Simandhar’s US CPA aspirant has shared his journey to ace the BEC exam and provided a strategy to make the preparations easy. I am sharing my journey and the things I have done during my BEC preparation. Being US CMA and having good experience in core accounting, I did have a good grip on the general and basic concepts, so my focus was on things that were not covered previously in my study…

June 30, 2021 – A Memorable day, not just only for Simandhar Education, but for the whole CPA fraternity from India, when Sripal Jain, Co-Founder CEO at Simandhar Education was hosted by NASBA at Nashville, USA. What is NASBA – National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) assists CPA candidates in the evaluation and determination of their Educational requirements for US CPA. Key Takeaways from the NASBA Meeting Hassle-free CPA licensing. CPA eligibility to…

First and foremost, if you have decided to pursue this course, 100% determination and consistency are necessary. One cannot pass the exam unless he/she is focused on studies. My study strategy for all four subjects is as follows. I will suggest you appear for the exams in the following pattern only as FAR has interconnection with other subjects. FAR: –  Financial Accounting and Reporting (FAR) is the BEAST. You have to dedicate more time to this…

I would like to share my preparation strategy for the Financial Reporting(FAR) section of the CPA exam. My score of 94 has been the consequence of the study environment that has been fostered by you and your team, and I will ever be thankful for that. Disclaimer(for the students): I have committed full time for my examination, and I do understand that working professionals may find it relatively challenging to pay heed to some of…

If the candidate holds the U.S. CPA credential, then the candidate can earn a Canadian CPA designation too.  What is MRA? Mutual Recognition Agreement – On January 1, 2018, the MRA between all Canadian CPA bodies and the United States’ International Qualifications Appraisal Board (IQAB), which represents the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), came into effect. Eligibility Requirements for US CPA seeking Canadian…

US CPA (US Certified Public Accountant) is one of the highest accounting credentials administered by the American Institute of Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA). CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) is a globally recognized credential in the field of financial management and investment management. The CFA Institute administers it. Certified Public Accountant: US CPA exam is a single-level toughness exam. It is divided into 4 parts BEC – Business Environmental Concepts FAR – Financial Accounting and Reporting REG…

US Certified Public Accountant (US CPA) is a credential given to the individuals who passed the US CPA examination governed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).  The US CPA aspirants must meet the relevant experience and educational requirements. The US CPA designation helps to enforce the professional standards in the accounting and finance industry. When should I expect to receive my US CPA exam scores? After completion of the US CPA exam,…

We are delighted to share that our student Mr.Abhishek (CA, CPA Aspirant) has scored 96 in the CPA-Audit exam. He shared about ‘How he got 96 in the Audit exam?’ Let’s move right into his experience. Hi, I’m Abhishek. I’m a qualified CA and now pursuing the CPA Course from Simandhar Education. All – my two cents on CPA AUD preparation. I hope you all find it useful: 1) First and foremost may be rhetoric,…

US CPA Exam: AICPA (American Institute of CPAs – world’s largest member association representing the accounting profession), NASBA (National Association of State Boards of Accountancy – An association for Boards of Accountancy and oversees the national candidate database) and Simandhar Education (Largest Training provider for US CPA course in India) came together for a webinar ( recording provided below) on ‘Earning the US CPA License’ held on 8th December 2020. This webinar’s main objective was…

US CPA: According to the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), the US CPA exam is scored on a curve scale of 0 to 99. The candidate needs to score 75 or more to pass the CPA exam and become a Certified Public Accountant. But, you might ask how to score that? No one understands CPA exam scores and grades. Does 75 mean percentage, marks, or points? Is the US CPA exam graded on a curve? …