Breath into a paper bag if necessary. We will be temporarily disabling the score page leading up to the release date. #CPAExam scores will be available on 5/5. #ScoreRelease — NASBA (@NASBA) May 1, 2015 That release date of Cinco de Mayo is on schedule, so whatever your score, you'll be hoisting cheap Mexican beer […]
You can almost hear the frustrated clacking of F5 keys everywhere. Rest assured candidates who took the exam from July 21-Aug 14 will likely not be getting much work done today. I used all three gigs of my data plan today waiting for @NASBA to release score. pic.twitter.com/vxvDa7gZoF — Adam Panella (@AdamPanella) August 22, 2013 […]
OK, first thing's first: deep breath. And a little perspective while you're at it. I won't remind you that there are starving children in Africa or anything like that but let's just think about how lucky we all have it before we freak out. Now, commence to freaking out, by way of my inbox: Hi, […]
Right on cue, NASBA started rolling the scores out on Monday, but sometimes these things fly under the radar. Sorry about that. I'd offer the excuse that I'm losing my touch, but there's really no evidence that I had any touch to begin with. #AICPA released the following scores to #NASBA for the Jan/Feb 2013 testing […]
“There are probably some corporations and credit cards that haven’t been hacked,” said Kim Peretti, director in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ forensic services practice. “But you have to assume you’ve been compromised.” [CNN]
If you were (un)lucky enough to live in one of the flood ravaged counties in North Jersey, Mass, or the entire Ocean State, hopefully you remembered that your extended period of procrastination ends tomorrow.
Yes, unfortunately the last four weeks have flown by and we’re sure that some of you have managed to piss away this time not preparing your tax return. Do yourself a favor and file the extension. You’re hopeless.
Relax, here’s the form.