Learn how the CMA could benefit your lifetime earnings
Over a lifetime, the CMA simply makes good mathematical sense: a $500,000+ advantage for a 22-year-old CMA; $300,000 for a 48-year-old CMA*. It’s the kind of premium that makes the 300 hours of exam preparation not only worth it, but one of the most logical decisions you’ll ever make—studies estimate at least $985 in returns per study hour. Giving up this kind of ROI? It just wouldn’t add up.
*Gregory L. Krippel and Sheila Mitchell, CPA. “The CMA Advantage: How Much More Could You Earn?"
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