Turabo University (accounting)
I was accounting professor at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico. As Professor I was able to teach the accounting principles in a comprehensive (and easy way) to many students.
I also have experience as accounting supervisor in areas associated to accounting; such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, general accounting and others. I have worked as Internal Auditor and Internal Audit Division’s Director. Most of these experiences have been working with the Government of Puerto Rico in places like the Puerto Tourism Company, the Public Service Commission, the Puerto Rico’s Comptroller Office and others.
As part of my academic preparation I have a Bachelor 's Degree in Business Administration with a Major in Accounting and a Master's Degree with the same Major.
Accounting is an interesting field that provides many opportunities to perform a job. A clear understanding about the principles associated to accounting is needed to do a good job. My intention as tutor will be explain in detail what a debit and credit means, what a journal entry is, and how you as student can complete all of the accounting cycle. This accounting cycle begins with the basic journal entries associated to a business transaction until the preparation of the basic financial statement. The basic financial statements include the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement and the Statement of Owner’s Equity. As a tutor all the necessary explanations will be addressed to help the student to receive the proper understanding about the accounting process and how to put in an account any transaction.
How can you arrive at this understanding? First, by having a clear understanding about the basic accounting formulas and what a debit and credit is and how each one is affected by a transaction. As tutor I will provide transactions examples and discuss each one with the student until the student confirm is able and capable to perform journal entries, post those entries to the general ledger and prepare the financial statements.
The appropriate tutoring will address using examples to different transactions going step-by-step through the complete accounting cycle. The students will receive explanations until they feel comfortable completing these task that alone.
The amount of hours and the quantity of examples will depend in how the student is doing with the subject. For example, if the student follows the academic program associated with the tutoring, they will be able to achieve a good academic performance and the tutoring will be completed within one month or no longer than three, practicing and having tutorials of six hours per week.
If additional hours are needed they will be offered until the students master the material. At the end of the tutorials the students will have advanced their level of knowledge within the accounting fields of intermediate and advanced accounting. I was accounting professor at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico. As Professor I was able to teach the accounting principles in a comprehensive (and easy way) to many students.
I also have experience as accounting supervisor in areas associated to accounting; such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, general accounting and
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