Infographic: Wanna be a CPA?

Benefits of becoming a CPA infographic
Infographic by Bisk CPA Review. Learn the quickest route to becoming a CPA.

This comes courtesy of Bisk CPA Review. Thanks, all.

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About Mark P. Holtzman

Chair of Accounting Department at Seton Hall University. PhD from The University of Texas at Austin. Worked at Deloitte's New York Office. BSBA from Hofstra University.

9 comments

  1. Thanks for this post its very informative! You are right in saying that being certified is the best way to go these days and this post shows that clearly. Great looking post by the way!

  2. $73,800 – 50,500 = 23,300. Your graphic says the difference is $23,800. Maybe an accountant should help with this tricky math.

  3. The math is wrong at the very beginning. The difference is 23,300.

  4. I like the pass rates; that’s why it’s called the CPA exam, right? Can’t Pass Again. I always tell my new hires that if they are eligible, they should pass the test as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the harder it becomes.

    • Funny, that’s the same thing I tell me students. I tell them to study as hard as they possibly can, setting aside everything else in their lives, so that they never ever have to take it again. The only thing worse than taking a section of the CPA exam once is taking it a second or third time. My heart bleeds for people who have taken it many times, over many years, never passing.

  5. Interesting…might have to share this with a few friends

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