From blueprints to changes in question weighting and exam time, there’s plenty to learn.
One misstep in the short term need not derail long-term aspirations of becoming a licensed CPA.
The updated CPA exam debuts on April 1, 2017. Here are seven things you need to know about the exam’s new focus and the work and research involved in the update.
Online-only: Are you up to date on the changes that will occur in the first major update to the CPA exam since 2011? Take this six-question quiz and find out.
The exam will place more emphasis on critical thinking such as analysis, problem-solving, and professional skepticism.
CPAs will be able to receive credit for continuing professional education material delivered through nano-learning and blended learning instruction.
Rising demand for accounting and finance professionals with new skills is making it more likely that companies pay their employees to gain and maintain professional certifications.
The AICPA and Junior Achievement USA launched an online Accounting Career Guide for teens.
The scholarships covered the registration fee and travel expenses to this year's AICPA Practitioners Symposium and Tech+ Conference in Las Vegas in June.
Andrew R. Biebl, a tax principal at CliftonLarsonAllen LLP in New Ulm, Minn., received the Institute's 2016 Sidney Kess Award for Excellence in Continuing Education.
Here are recommendations for classes outside the accounting department that could help students develop both personally and professionally.
This column looks back at the 1917 CPA exam.
Anoop Natwar Mehta, CPA, CGMA, president of Science Systems and Applications Inc., describes how a thriving scholarship program helps his company give back to the community—and provide benefits to employees.
Here are some time management tips from accountants who recently passed the exam.
A new analysis shows the earnings premium that accountants who pass the CPA exam receive at small, medium, and large companies.
A greater emphasis on testing evaluation and analysis skills beginning in 2017 is designed to keep the Uniform CPA Examination aligned with the skills newly licensed CPAs need in a changing business environment.
Community colleges have become an attractive option to help students meet the 150-hour licensure requirement.
The next CPA exam, which will debut in April 2017, will have an increased emphasis on higher-order analysis and evaluation skills, the AICPA announced.
Students from the University of Kansas won first place in the 2015 AICPA Accounting Competition, earning them a $5,000 award for their school.
Five outstanding students received the 2015-2016 AICPA John L. Carey Scholarship Award.