Go ahead, pull it out.
Hot off the NASBA wire:
The AICPA and NASBA managed to hit their score release date under the new timeline without breaking at sweat.
Brought to you by NASBA:
Three weeks ago, an "old guy who wants to keep busy" commented on a post I'd done about California CPA exam stats asking how his very particular case might be classified for purposes of inclusion in the NASBA Candidate Performance book:
For all those interested, NASBA is scheduled to release International Qualification Examination results today. What the hell is that, you say? Glad you asked!
I've been talking to NASBA, you know. Mostly because I need some clarification on 2010 CPA exam data before I share it with you, my little CPAs, but also because I want to know how many of you passed all four parts of the CPA exam the first time through.
Did I mention I'm enjoying this?
Alright so it isn't hundreds of thousands of dollars but if you're trying to scrape together a few bucks for school, try this super handy list via This Way to CPA.
All that hard work has either really paid off or was the biggest waste of time in your life.