I'm Professor Farhat
The non-traditional CPA, the motivator, the influencer!
My journey in studying and preparing for the exams was challenging and full of difficulties and roadblocks. However, my commitment, dedication, and hard work have paid off.
I know the struggles and challenges you may be facing when preparing for your exams and getting ready to dive into the professional world. Therefore, I am here to support you in successfully embarking on your journey.
I offer you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge in all the accounting concepts you need to succeed in your career. My aim goes beyond helping you pass your exams, I want you to be successful in your jobs, to excel in your positions as accountants or Certified Public Accountants, and to be well prepared to assume all your responsibilities.
Passing your exams is just the start, your professional life is what matters most.
April 2021 - present
The CFO and Co-Founder of CPA Credits.
August 2015 - present
Assistant Professor of Accounting at Community College of Philadelphia.
January 2015 - present
The CEO and Founder of Farhat Accounting lectures.
January 2010 - present
Business Owner of Farhat CPA Services.
August 2004 - June 2015
Associate Professor of Accounting at Northampton Community College.
April 2007 - August 2009
Accountant at Buckno Lisicky and Company.
2003 – 2004. Master of Accountancy, accounting from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
Don’t underestimate the importance of any introductory course or chapter. Information build, to know B, you have to know A; and you need to know A and B in order to understand C.
For accounting students, don’t give up, even if you don’t like your jobs in the beginning, especially if you get your foot in a CPA firm.
Be very persistent
Be always reminded that success is not an immediate gratification, success takes time
Try to choose a career that is scalable, that gives you the opportunity to help a lot of people