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Masters in Taxation [#permalink] New post 18 May 2005, 05:16
I'll begin working at PWC in the fall as a tax associate and am currently looking into MS in taxation programs I could enroll in on a part-time basis. Does anyone have any advice as to whether I should take this program, I don't need it to qualify for the CPA exam as I already have 150 credits. I may choose to go for my MBA 3-4 years down the line and am not sure whether it's worth taking a masters in the meantime.
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I'll begin working at PWC in the fall as a tax associate and am currently looking into MS in taxation programs I could enroll in on a part-time basis. Does anyone have any advice as to whether I should take this program, I don't need it to qualify for the CPA exam as I already have 150 credits. I may choose to go for my MBA 3-4 years down the line and am not sure whether it's worth taking a masters in the meantime.


My advice is to enroll in it if you need it to achieve a goal. If you don't see the benefit or how it will pay off, unless you are just interested in tax and the program is free, I would pass.
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