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Hello there – I graduated with an Accounting and MIS degree from college about 7 years ago. I’ve been working primarily in the audit environment aside from a brief stint in ERP implementations. I’ve decided that I need to take the CPA exam to get to where I want to be. I should have taken it years ago but there wasn’t a direct need.
I’m trying to figure out the best CPA prep curriculum to buy. It’s been years since I covered pension accounting – like other things I don’t remember much if anything about topics like that. There are a lot of prep course options out there and I want to make sure I purchase the right one. I need something detailed that will break things down into baby steps for when I need to completely relearn something.
Everyone says “if you use Becker you will pass” but most people I know who have used Becker haven’t been out of school that long. My company is paying for materials so cost isn’t a huge issue.
Would appreciate some insight, especially if you’re like me and taking the exam after being out of school for a while.
I appreciate your help!
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