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NASBA Will No Longer Publish CPA Exam Performance Data Until the New CPA Exam Debuts in 2024

This just in, NASBA is shelving its annual Candidate Performance on the Uniform CPA Examination book and publication of candidate performance data for the next few years as it invests the bulk of its efforts into the CPA Evolution project: IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to the necessary and important focus on bringing CPA Evolution to fruition, including significant changes that must be made to NASBA’s technology and platforms to reflect the new exam and licensure structure, NASBA has ceased publishing the Candidate Performance on the Uniform CPA Examination publication until this…

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Friday Footnotes: PwC Germany Raided; BDO Ballers; Deloitte’s Unexpected New Hiring Push | 12.3.21

Partners at mid-tier accountant BDO paid more than at EY [Financial Times] BDO, the UK’s fifth-largest accounting firm by revenue, paid partners a record average of £760,000 before tax in the year to the end of June, surpassing the £749,000 paid out by EY. PwC Germany Offices Raided by Police in Tax Fraud Investigation [Bloomberg Tax] Law enforcement officers on Tuesday searched five PwC offices in Germany as part of an investigation into suspected tax fraud by some of the firm’s partners. Study Finds At Least Some Auditing Expertise Applies…

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