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Andrew Knapman

Writing a CPA PEP exam? Get ready with these five insider tips

Your CPA exam is just days away. Here is how CPA student blogger Andrew Knapman prepares 
Al Rosen

14 questions for the future of the audit profession

Weak standards, culture and court decisions need to be discussed, says Al Rosen
David J. Rotfleisch

Canada Revenue Agency farcical in treatment of taxpayers

David Rotfleisch on CRA behaviour, from malicious prosecution to the dead parrot voluntary disclosures program
Andrew Knapman

Secrets to reducing stress in the CPA professional education program

A few final thoughts on succeeding during Core 1, from student Andrew Knapman
Andrew Knapman

How to make the most of the CPA PEP core module workshops

CPA PEP workshops can boost your confidence, if you take them seriously, says student Andrew Knapman
David J. Rotfleisch

How effective is the CRA at closing Canada’s tax gap?

How good is the Canada Revenue Agency at closing the tax gap? We’ll find out this year from the Parliamentary Budget Office if the CRA has indulged in PR spin.
Andrew Knapman

CPA PEP core modules: Focus on knowledge, not exam conditions

Learn first, then reduce your notes, says CPA PEP student Andrew Knapman  
Andrew Knapman

The CPA PEP core modules: What should you focus on?

Core module success is all about breadth, not depth, says student blogger Andrew Knapman
Al Rosen

SCC abandons investors, part III: Livent’s public offering prospectus

The SCC says auditors are not liable for prospectus statements. What does that mean for investors?
Al Rosen

SCC abandons investors, part II: The purpose of financial reporting

5 reasons to question the Supreme Court's definition of investor rights, according to Al Rosen