Welcome to Financial Exam Help 123, the place to get help for the CFA exams. I’m Bill Campbell III, CFA, and I’ve been teaching CFA review courses since 2004. If you’re a candidate, please go to the tab for the exam for which you’re registered; there you’ll find links to articles that I have written on topics that you’re studying. If you’d like help on a topic that isn’t on the list, send me a comment (be sure to include which level) and I’ll get to it as soon as I can.
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Really, Really, Really Important Note
Well, I finally did it! As of April 25, 2016 I have the subscription software installed and I can start charging for memberships here.
Starting June 5, 2016, the subscription rate is $60 for Level I (6-month subscription) and $120 for Levels II and III (12-month subscription).
There you go.
One More Important Note
The login problem seems to be back. If you click on “MEMBERSHIPS” (above) and log in, WordPress doesn’t seem to realize that you have paid for any subscriptions. However, if you go to “Meta” (bottom right corner of the page) and click on “Log in”, you’ll go to the WordPress login page. Once you log in, you’ll be at your WordPress user profile page; you can click on the link at the top to go to the website.
I just love software. Don’t you?
Minor update: when you log in, please check the “Remember Me” box; that seems to help.
Guess What! Another Important Note
If you’re curious about whether the articles on this website are worth the (eminently reasonable) subscription fee, I’ve decided to help you make that determination: I added a page (Sample Articles) that has links to six free articles: two at each Level. Those should certainly give you a feel for whether you should purchase a subscription or not. You should also look at the list of existing articles for your Level, and the list of proposed articles for your Level. Then you can make an informed decision.
Another Important Message
Recently, I have been deluged with spurious user registrations, mostly from Russia it appears. I have been deleting these spurious accounts as fast as I can. However, I may, inadvertently, delete a legitimate account. If you have created a real account and find that it’s not recognized, I apologize. Register again, and I likely won’t delete you in the mass purge of . . . well . . . crap.