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Accounting Career Resource Center

Which accounting path are you on? Gleim can help you get there!

How to Succeed in Accounting Handbook 
This entry-level handbook discusses the basics of success in accounting. Learn everything you’ll need to know to begin your journey.

Careers in Accounting Handbook 
The Gleim Careers in Accounting handbook offers a close look at some of the best career paths for accountants to consider.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program 
As a part of the IRS’s VITA program, you’ll learn the basics of preparing taxes and get hands-on experience filing tax returns. This program has no education requirement, so it is perfect for students and people looking to learn how to prepare tax returns.

Salaries 
CIA | CMA | CPA | EA
Stay informed on the current salary trends for your position! Knowing the industry salary range for current or potential positions gives you power during salary negotiation.

Gleim Campus Representatives 
The Gleim Campus Rep program gives college students the opportunity to develop leadership experience, network with peers, and earn a free review system.

Dual Certifications
Earning additional certifications demonstrates a desire to grow and develop new skills. Whether boosting your starting salary or growing your career, dual certification is one of the best ways to enhance your career in accounting.

Careers in Accounting Blog 
Gleim supports you even after you’ve passed your certification exam! Our Careers in Accounting series offers career advice, insights from industry experts, and discussions of the latest tax and accounting topics.

Free Careers in Accounting Handbook
The Gleim Careers in Accounting handbook offers a close look at some of the best career paths for accountants to consider. We’ll discuss the types of jobs accounting offers and the salary ranges you can expect from different career paths, as well as which certifications are useful for certain positions.

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Careers in Accounting

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Aug

5 Steps to Go from CMA to CFO

Guest blogger Stephanie talks about her career going from CMA to CFO and the 5 steps to take to further your own career!
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How AFSP Can Boost Your Career
21
May

Annual Filing Season Program Will Boost Your Career

The Annual Filing Season Program (AFSP) is a yearly program offered by the IRS to recognize non-credentialed tax return preparers. The program runs from the beginning of June until the end of December and offers tax preparers an opportunity to distinguish themselves by completing 18 hours of continuing education.
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Candidate Spotlight: Diana Weng "We're 100% Qualified", Accounting Researcher and PhD candidate at the University of Florida
14
May

CPA Spotlight: Diana Weng

Meet Diana Weng, our CPA candidate spotlight as she shares her insights for overcoming the challenges of studying for the CPA Exam!
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My Accounting Career Story: Mark Modas
22
Jan

A CPA’s Journey from External Audit to Internal Audit to Tax

“I never thought I was going to be a CPA...” Mark Modas shares his accounting career story and how he's now helping the next generation of accountants.
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CPA candidates discussing busy season study tips at the office.
20
Dec

How to Study for the CPA Exam During Busy Season

If you have to take the CPA Exam during busy season, you're going to need a solid study plan that will help you manage both of these time-consuming tasks. These tips for how to study for the CPA Exam during busy season will encourage you to make the necessary sacrifices and equip you to succeed!
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Millennial and Gen Z employees walking together
16
Dec

Millennials and Gen Z in the Accounting Workforce

Becoming a CPA can future-proof your career by preparing you to meet and take advantage of these generational shifts in the workforce. Learn about that changes are taking place within the workforce as Millennials and Gen Z grow to make up the bulk of the workforce.
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