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  • Pursuing an FBI Accounting Career

    September 17, 2014
    An accounting degree can lead to a variety of promising career paths. And obtaining the CPA designation can open even more doors. One path that has grown in popularity over the past decade – thanks to the portrayal in several successful television shows – is a career at the FBI.
  • Rise Above the Crowd in Your Public Accounting Interviews

    September 17, 2014
    The final step of the campus recruiting process – the interview – is the ultimate equalizer for students of varying résumé strength to explain why they rise above the rest. Here are a few tips for emerging CPAs.
  • Should You Be Paid for Your Internship?

    September 4, 2014
    Thanks to a 2013 court case, many unpaid interns have been suing former employers for back pay. It may be worthwhile for you to understand the basic labor laws surrounding unpaid internships at both the federal and state levels.
  • AICPA Accounting Competition Challenges Undergraduates to Help Guide Businesses as Management Accountants

    August 19, 2014
    The enrollment period for the 2014 Accounting Competition has opened, with a total of $40,000 in awards at stake. The fifth annual competition challenges teams of undergraduates to play the role of management accountants and combine their accounting and financial expertise with strategic insight to help guide business decisions.
  • Networking Within the Classroom

    August 1, 2014
    When you miss the opportunity to talk to recruiters on campus, don’t panic or get upset. Some of the most important contacts you have are sitting next to you in class, and they may not even be accounting majors. Get to know the people you interact with on campus. They may be able to help you, and you may be able to help them.
I am so thankful for the New Jersey Society of CPAs and their efforts in helping me become a CPA. A few years ago I was hospitalized with a serious illness, and, while I was in recovery, the time elapsed on one of the CPA exam sections I had previously passed. I was worried about having to start from scratch after everything I had been through, so I contacted the Society to see what options, if any, were available. I was quickly informed that I could petition the State Board of Accountancy to get my time extended on the expired section, and, after much help from the amazing people at the Society, my request was granted.

I am very thankful that I was a member of the Society at the time. Seeing the effort spent to help me get my credit back was truly inspiring. Further, I was able to utilize the study tools and tips available on the Society’s website as a guide through the remaining exam sections, and today I can happily say that I am a CPA.

~ Liron Rapeika, CPA


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