The classic Wiley CPA Examination review Published annually, in December, this comprehensive four-volume study guide for the Certified Public Accountant's (CPA) Exam arms readers with detailed outlines and study guidelines, plus skill-building problems and solutions, that help them to identify, focus on, and master the specific topics that need the most work. Many of the practice questions are taken from previous exams, and care was taken to ensure that they cover all the information candidates need to master in order to pass the Uniform CPA Examination. Featuring a unique modular structure, these CPA study guides review materials and combine over 230 AICPA content specifications into a series of forty-four related modules. By combining and relating topics, the books help build knowledge in a logical, self-reinforcing way, so as to foster a level of understanding beyond that achieved through rote memorization.a#39;State Boards of Accountancy The right to practice public accounting as a CPA is governed by individual state statutes. ... This can be extremely disappointing particularly after spending many hours preparing to sit for a particular exam.
|Title||:||Wiley CPA Examination Review 2002, Financial Accounting and Reporting|
|Author||:||Patrick R. Delaney, O. Ray Whittington|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 2001-12-26|