Hi, I am currently preparing for the CRMA exam and I have the "Exam Study Guide and (200) Practice Questions" as a pdf file.
I find it a bit tedious to answer a question and skip 50 pages to find the correct answer... also, this does not mirror the actual exam situation.
Does anyone know if the questions are available online?
If not, I am thinking about creating an online quiz myself. Would anyone be interested in testing it (in December, because real life and so on...)?
Hi, I’m a new senior associate at Big 4 (2 years experience) with no CPA. I received an offer to work in internal audit at an investment bank. The role would be rotational in internal audit covering IT Operations, Risk management, Corporate Compliance, and Front Office. The teams for each department are small. Compensation is 120k a year with 15% bonus. Does this sound like a good career move?
I am an Internal Auditor with CPA qualification currently working in UAE. Currently I'm earning AED 9,500/mo (approx USD 2,500). My experience in a summary is:
Commercial Bank - Internal Audit Team Leader (2 years)
Insurance Co. - Internal Auditor (3 years)
Holding Co. - Internal Auditor (5 years - current job)
Lately I've been feeling dissatisfied with my salary, which my boss knows and she has recommended me for a promotion but currently no feedbacks from HR yet. I don't know if I should just look for another job instead of waiting for the feedback for the promotion?
Hiring for an experienced internal auditor with 2+ years of experience in public accounting and industry. Tech/SaaS company and role will be focused on SOX (Financial,ITGC), Operational Audits, Risk Assessment and Audit Analytics. Great opportunity to join a growing team. NY or remote. DM if interested.
MCOL: $66k - Staff Auditor at Top 140 Public Firm, Only have 6 months Public Experience
Qualifications: Passed CPA & CFE
Age: 23 if that matters lol
Previous Experience: 7 months in AP Department as associate in Industry.
I’ve been applying to Internal Auditor positions and EY GPS Enterprise Risk Internal Audit and was wondering what my salary should be if I wanted to negotiate?
I am 26, working at grant Thornton in audit.
I’m a senior associate and work like balance is non existent I have an offer to work internal audit at capital one.
I have been thinking about this offer and I’m pretty excited about it.
A lot of my counterparts had negative things to say such as it will pigeon hole me into only doing internal audit as a career.
I think there’s a lot of value learning the ins and outs from the inside especially regarding internal controls etc.
I have seen some people climb the ranks of internal audit to cfo, cae, and other great positions.
Aside from the long run what exit opportunities present themself to someone to stays as a senior for 2-3 years or someone who makes manager
Thank you all so much and happy there is a subreddit for this :)!!
Hi All! This is my first ever reddit post so bear with me :)
I recently passed my CPA exams and am awaiting licensure. I currently work as a staff in IT Audit so my next step is going for my CISA. What are everyones thoughts on getting CIA after the CISA? Is it still worth getting if I already have CPA and CISA?
I know that CPAs can take the CIA challenge exam to get the CIA credential but I wasn't sure if its truly worth obtaining in the long run.
Let me know your thoughts and have a great day!