Online training now an option for CPA review

With the abundance of continuing education programs available over the Internet, and now with the CPA exam itself being offered in a computerized format, it only makes sense that CPA review programs have found a comfortable home online.

The online programs tout their convenience and ease of use, making it hard to resist giving up the traditional classroom environment for a work-at-your-own-pace and work-on-your-schedule training program.

A quick search on the Internet will load you down with more alternatives than you can imagine. Here is just a small sampling of the courses that are available for CPA review:

From this selection you'll find a variety of live and text options and different costs. You can sign up for full-blown review courses that cover the entire CPA exam, or you can take just what you need to polish off your skills on one section of the exam.

 

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