CPA Info Session with the MA Society of CPAs

The Powerpoint presentation that Erica Debiase reviewed on April 28 is available here.

She also wanted me to share her contact information with you.

Erica DeBiase

Director of Academic & Career Development

Massachusetts Society of CPAs

105 Chauncy Street, Boston, …

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The Candidate Bulletin “Roadmap to CPA Success”

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CPA Exam Booklet

This booklet is produced by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). It gives a nice high-level overview of the CPA exam and resources to help you prepare.

https://www.aicpa.org/content/dam/aicpa/becomeacpa/cpaexam/downloadabledocuments/cpa-exam-digital-brochure.pdf

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10 Tips for Finding a Mentor—and Making the Relationship Count

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Katie Parrott’s college career advisor used to put her in the category of “ostrich person.” The term was reserved, she recalls, for students who’d “stick their head in the sand and pretend that school was never going to end.”

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You’ve been at your new job now for a few weeks—or maybe even a few months. You feel more settled with your role and responsibilities, you’ve learned who does what across the organization, and you can even find your way …

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One of the practices that contributes to Michael Phelps’ success as a swimmer takes place well before he gets into the pool. As part of his training regimen, Phelps visualizes every detail of his race—from responding to something going wrong …

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If you’re a manager with good intentions, you genuinely want to do right by your team (unlike horrible bosses who like the title, but aren’t interested in putting in the actual work of managing). But sometimes, being the boss can …

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Here at The Muse, we love giving you advice (could you tell?). But if there’s one thing we love about our career story features, it’s that they provide us with some invaluable lessons, too.

If you’re feeling stuck or frustrated, …

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