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Giving credit where it is due
As a CPA learner, you have access to many resources throughout your education journey such as the CPA Canada handbook, Learning eBooks, Income Tax Act etc. These resources combined with others can be useful and sometimes necessary to include in an assignment. Learn how to cite your sources correctly.
Candidate Best Practice: Part 2 - Advice to prevent a professional catastrophe
Part 2 on why it is in your best interest to work on your enabling skills and some tips on how to manage your development as a professional.
Candidate Best Practice: Part 1 - Advice to prevent a professional catastrophe
As a CPA Candidate, you are bound by the Rules of Professional Conduct. Here is some advice, evidence, and replies for you to consider when drafting communication with integrity to any person.
Spring 2021/2022 CPA PEP Plagiarism Recap
Plagiarism—submitting someone else’s work as your own—is unacceptable in CPA education and carries serious consequences such as failure of the module and/or expulsion. Following every session, CPAWSB investigates suspected instances, and below we share the results from the Spring 2021/2022 CPA PEP session.