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December 1, 2022

The First Batch of CPA Exam Scores Has Been Released for the October/November Testing Window

Hurricane Sandy managed to throw the AICPA off its game for a few days, but anyone that was expecting delays to extend into next week will be excited (or terribly disappointed) that things are moving right along:

This is great because it could be just the thing to pull the Romney supporters out of the doldrums. Of course, it could be the catalyst that results in you being sent home early today and in a meeting with HR on Monday. We'd hate to see that happen so please, do everyone in your immediate vicinity a favor and just type out your exuberance or rage into the comments. That's what they're for.

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