As a recent graduate, I understand the frustrations of being a student. I worked a 50 hour a week job while I completed my Masters. It wasn’t just a 50 hour a week job; it was managing a fast food restaurant. Many weeks I worked over 60 hours on top of the endless phone calls. It takes dedication and commitment to be able to maintain a work schedule and a school schedule. Sometimes though all you need is a little extra help. I commend anyone who is trying to achieve their goals. So while I am currently studying to pass my next section of the CPA exam, I would love to help you.
What is a debit and credit anyway? I can give you the textbook answer but, I prefer to use real world examples to help my students. It doesn't really stick if you can't apply it. So take the next step and come prepared to learn. I have worked in two public accounting offices, was an A/R clerk, and am currently A/R Analyst. I track cash for multiple entities daily, file around 100 electronic Sales Tax Returns monthly, and am the point person for any Sales Tax or Corporate Tax notices or discrepancies. I recently passed the Financial Accounting and Reporting section of the CPA and am currently studying for the Regulation section. I have real world experience. I can apply the concepts that you are learning into real situations and examples. While my area of expertise is Accounting, I can tutor in Math and Algebra, also. I am available most any night of the week and weekends.
My 7 years in public accounting taught me a lot. Whether you are preparing someone’s tax returns, compiling their business financial statements, or just running a payroll, accuracy and dependability are important. I look at Accounting as one big story problem. You need to know as many facts as possible and you need to know what end result you are trying to achieve. If you are looking at this as a career choice or just trying to get through the semester, accuracy and dependability still count.
Whether you decide to contact me or not, I wish you the best of luck on reaching your goals. Never give up!
back to top