Why Credentials Are Worthwhile

Ed Mendlowitz CPA The Practice Doctor Q and AAdmission to Tax Court is just one example.

By Ed Mendlowitz
The CPA Trendlines Practice Doctor

QUESTION: I appreciate your offer to help me pass the test to become admitted to the U.S. Tax Court. I question whether it is worth the effort. Can you enlighten me?

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ANSWER: What is the value of any credential?  If you don’t use it, or did not earn it, or will not promote it, you might not realize or feel any value, so perhaps you should not make the effort.