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Houston University of Phoenix (Accounting)
I have over 10 years experience in business services, including ownership, investments, and management. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, and hope to help others learn accounting principles for academic success or small business management. I offer tutoring in Cost Accounting (Managerial Accounting); Financial Accounting I, II; Intermediate Accounting I, II, III; Advanced Accounting; Government & Non-profit Accounting; Auditing I, II; Accounting Information Systems; and Tax Accounting.
I teach how to perform account reconciliations, maintain financial spreadsheets, prepare internal financial reports for management review, prepare financial statements for external review, prepare flowcharts, and prepare invoices. I have over 10 years experience in business services, including ownership, investments, and management. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, and hope to
Darrin is not a good tutor. He did not retain some accounting principles that was required to provide me with proper tutoring. His lack of details and knowledge caused me to fail in my class works. His accounting knowledge is not as solid as he proclaim them to be to assist me. Should anyone question me about him tutoring them, I would have to say take, him at your own risk. However, I do not recommend him for tutoring anyone.
I worked diligently with this student, for her academic success. Initially, she gave me a good review. When she advised me of failing grades I was disheartened, and in disbelief, based on the tutoring I provided. I offered a refund, based on her providing proof of claim (i.e. failing grades, instructor comments on submitted work, etc.). However, nothing was provided. Mary wanted to continue utilizing me as a tutor to spite the above negative feedback (???); albeit for free. I wish her well.
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I am a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor (Certified 2012)