The challenge

With work and family commitments, the financial pressure of young children and the additional funding required (in the region of $20 – $30 000) to reach her masters degree Sylvia’s dream of earning the additional college credits (150 are required to sit for the CPA exam) wasn’t being realised.

Meet Sylvia G

Six years ago Sylvia graduated, with a degree in accounting, from college. She immediately entered the workplace taking up a role with a small accounting firm.  Mounting responsibilities had been preventing Sylvia from chasing the 150 college credits to reach her CPA goals when a friend of hers, who was researching ways to achieve these additional credits, told her about CPAcredits.

The solution

Sylvia couldn’t believe that CPAcredits offered:

  • Access to courses affordably
  • The ability to study in her own time 
  • Maintain her career and family responsibilities due to the flexibility of the courses
  • Confirmation that all courses are accredited and recognized by NASBA and all State Accountancy Boards.

End result

Over the next four months Sylvia  signed up for the following courses with CPAcredits:

  • Personal finance management
  • Payroll accounting 
  • Nonprofit and government

Once Sylvia has completed the courses she will finally sit for her CPA exam and, on passing, will be able to earn a might higher salary that she is currently on which, ultimately, will enable her to support her family in a much stronger way than she’s currently able to. What’s more she will finally achieve her career goals of becoming a CPA.

Is for you?

If, like Sylvia G, you want to:

  • Earn the additional college credits to meet you 150 required limit to sit for the CPA
  • Have student debt so need to get into the workplace as soon as possible
  • Want and need to study in your own time
  • Need the most flexible and cost-effective way

Then you could achieve your goals, effectively and quickly, with, like Sylvia!