Drexel University (Accounting)
yes; BS-Accounting (Other)
Fairleigh Dickinson University (MBA)
I have been an adjunct professor for the past 20 years, teaching at Franklin Pierce University, Lebanon College (NH), Granite State College (NH), and Community College of Vermont. I have taught all accounting, auditing, tax and finance classes; in addition I have taught Quickbooks, MS-Office, Excel, statistics and organizational behavior. I have taught both graduate and undergraduate students. I hold a Certified Public Accountants license and truly enjoy teaching.
My wife and I have recently relocated from New Hampshire to Mesa Arizona. I am interested in helping students learn whatever the material they need to master in order to be successful or achieve their goals. I am not interested in wasting my time teaching people that don't what to learn and are not willing to put in the hours, be that reading or doing homework! I have been an adjunct professor for the past 20 years, teaching at Franklin Pierce University, Lebanon College (NH), Granite State College (NH), and Community College of Vermont. I have taught all accounting, auditing, tax and … Read more
Richard taught me to print reports for year end and ready the books for closing GJE.
Richard is very thorough, patient and an excellent teacher.
Richard helped me find a resolution to some of my crazy QuickBook's problems. I am now on a better path toward my goals and am excited to learn more at our next session.
Richard assisted me in correcting many problems within Quick Books online. He took the time to understand exactly what I was using it for and then set us in motion. He was very thorough in ensuring that I completely understood why we did each step. He will for sure be my go to as I continue learning this system!
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I have been working as a Chief Financial Officer for a variety of companies for a number of years. From manufacturing companies, to software companies, to regulated utility companies, my many years of experience along with my teaching experience and advanced degrees, more than qualify me to teach business.
In my many years as a Chief Financial Officer and adjunct professor, I have helped many students and employees in their career development from resume writing to taking interviews. While the methods for job applications have changed over the years, the goals are still the same for a potential employee and employer. My many years of professional experience and my experience as an adjunct professor more than qualify me to tutor someone in career development.
As an adjunct professor, I have taught Microsoft Access a number of times during the past 10 years. While I don't currently use Access in my professional career, I am more than familiar with databases, their uses and requirements.
As an adjunct professor, I have taught Outlook a number of times over the past 10 years. In addition, I have used Outlook in both my personal and professional lives.
As an adjunct professor, I have taught QuickBooks numerous times over the past 20 years. In addition, in my professional career I have used QuickBooks for accounting a number of times. I am more than qualified to tutor students in the use and understanding of QuickBooks.
As an adjunct professor, I have taught personal income taxes numerous times over the past 20 years. In addition, I have done a number of personal income tax returns for numerous people for many years. My teaching and personal experience with income taxes more than qualify me to tutor students in this subject.