The latest CPA board exam result is quite intriguing in terms of the passing percentage that made some accountants ponder. At 27% overall passing rate, that’s way too low in comparison to previous exam results. In recent occasions, the passing rate has gone from 30% to 40% on average and not below this range. I also think that the last May 2013 exam is special which I will let you know later. And so I made a summary of the previous exam results and try to look for a pattern of some sort or maybe a trend from which we could attribute this sudden change in passing rate. I think 10 years or 20 exams would be appropriate as our data. Personally, I would also want to know how things have changed ever since I took the exam years ago. [Read more…]
Philhealth’s RF-1 or Employer’s Remittance Report is the form used to list every employee’s contribution together with the corresponding employer share.
This is a Macro-enabled Excel File. You just have to fill up the DATA sheet and the contents will be automatically pushed to the RF1 sheet.
Philhealth Excel Format – 2013 is here:
The 2013 file is up to 25 employees while the 2014 files are for 25, 50, 100 and 200 employees.
Philhealth Excel Format – 2014 is here:
Philhealth Excel Format – 2015 is here:
Here’s an additional resource on how to save the Excel file in correct format:
You might also want to check PAG-IBIG soft copy here:
There is a popular adage that says “nothing really is free”. I guess same goes true for popular free online storage sites. You can get free storage ranging from 2 GB to 100 GB. Sometimes you even think that it’s ridiculous to give all that for free. And you might ask why anyone would pay for something if he can get it without spending a dime. Well, if you look closely, the downside of free online storage accounts is that they are not totally free. Aside from the advertised limitations on files size, bandwidth, encryption and usability, some restrictions are literally laid out. You can spot them written in each site’s TOS. If you compare free accounts with the paid ones, free accounts are more expose to risks. Those risks involve losing your files or your free account being terminated entirely. Below are some Terms Of Service excerpts from the most popular and widely used free online storage providers. Keep in mind that these services are free in terms of monetary value but their TOS says that – you have been warned. [Read more…]
You are probably using Microsoft Excel in your work. It is one of the most used applications in the workplace, not only in the Accounting department but all throughout the organization. In Accounting, it has become the standard in spreadsheet reporting because of its robust features that I don’t think you can find in other spreadsheet programs. No matter how sophisticated or high level your Accounting systems are, I bet you still have a need to use Excel. For personal use, Excel also brings a lot of helpful features on making lists, tables, forms, schedules, calculations, charting and database. Here are some Microsoft Excel basic features you can try. [Read more…]
Roll of Successful Examinees in the
C. P. A. LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on MAY 19, 2013 & FF. DAYS
Released on MAY 28, 2013
Seq. No. N a m e [Read more…]