Pass Your CPA Exam the First Time With New Product from Fast Forward Academy

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Fast Forward Academy launches a new product for anyone wishing to give themselves the absolute best chance of passing their CPA exam.

Becoming an accountant in this, or any, economy is a very good career option. That’s because no matter what the economic cycle, if you have the credentials required to be a Certified Public Accountant—a passing score on the CPA exam — you will always have a stable and secure way to earn a living.

That being said, there are four components to the CPA exam. That’s essentially four CPA exams to study for in order to become a Certified Public Accountant. The exams are not easy to pass. In fact, in 2011 the nationwide CPA exam statistics showed that the pass rate was around 44%.

Fast Forward Academy has developed a product to help anyone wishing to become a CPA, pass the CPA exams on the first try.

President of Fast Forward Academy, Matt McBride says, “There is a tremendous amount of stress surrounding the very difficult CPA exam. With our study guides and practice tests, people are able to learn fast and pass those CPA exams on the first try. This gets more new CPAs out in the workforce and less people giving up on their dreams of working in the accounting field.”

Fast Forward Academy offers a separate bundle for each different CPA exam: Auditing & Attestation (AUD), Financial Accounting & Reporting (FAR), Regulation (REG) and Business Environment & Concepts (BEC). Each bundle includes a physical and electronic study book, a 500-question study bank, unlimited practice exams and a multiple testing season guarantee.

Alternatively, the entire 4-part bundle can be purchased together at a discounted price. This “best-value” package includes an Apple iPad 3, 800 or 2,000 enhanced Q&As, free apps from the App Store and Google Play, a pass guarantee plus a 30-Day Money Back policy.

Click for full details about Fast Forward Academy’s CPA exam preparation materials

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