As of this last week, I’m officially a Missouri Licensed CPA. The licensing process took me somewhat longer than normal (just over 3 months since learning I passed my final exam) because we lived in Illinois when I started taking the exam, so I was an Illinois CPA candidate — which meant I had to become an Illinois CPA first, then apply to become a Missouri CPA via reciprocity.
The only change you should notice around here is that, in order to comply with the requirements of Treasury Department Circular 230, my blog posts (and tax-related emails) will now contain a lovely disclosure at the bottom, essentially stating that you can’t use any tax advice contained here on the blog to cheat on your taxes.
In any case, thanks to everybody who cheered me along through the process, and Happy New Year to all of you.
- Should You Expect Lower Returns from Stocks? from Larry Swedroe
- GLWBs: Retiree Protection or Money Illusion? from Wade Pfau
- Ariely Compares Financial Advisors to Monkeys from Allan Roth
- International Investing: It’s a Mad, Mad World from Matthew Amster-Burton
- Vanguard Improves Its Total World Stock Market Index Fund from Amateur Asset Allocator
Other Money-Related Articles
- Retirement Plan B: A Lighthearted Look from Boomer and Echo
- New Years Resolutions Help Even if You Don’t Keep Them from Consumerism Commentary
- Social Security Penalizes Two-Earner Families from The Finance Buff
- The Social Security Tax Deal for 2012 from Darwin’s Money
- How to Retire During a Recession from WiseBread
Thanks for reading!