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U of North Florida (Accounting)
U of North Carolina Chapel Hill (Master's)
Benjamin Cardozo School of Law (J.D.)
First, I should say, I am not a teacher, I am an accountant and a lawyer. I have done a bit of formal teaching as an adjunct professor of taxation for several semesters. I just happen to love teaching.
Throughout my career in accounting, management and law, I have had the responsibility for making sure those who worked with me had the opportunity to continue to learn and to grow in their professions. It is satisfying to see those who you may have mentored in some way to move on in their careers.
I have worked with Excel from its beginning. I have used it is every possible manner in a business setting, from simple spreadsheets to extensive presentations.
I have worked with QuickBooks also since its inception. I have designed and set up accounting systems for a variety of employers and clients in many different industries.
I thoroughly enjoy teaching both software packages and helping others learn to use them effectively.
I have had a long career in accounting, management, taxation and law. I have worked at every level from beginning to senior management in a variety of companies. I very much enjoy passing along what knowledge I have,
First and foremost, I love to teach, it is fun to me. I am easy to get along with and teach with a relaxed style. I want you to enjoy what you learn. If you want someone who will make the effort to figure out how you learn, and then tailor your lessons to your style, that is me. Please contact me anytime and I will respond promptly. First, I should say, I am not a teacher, I am an accountant and a lawyer. I have done a bit of formal teaching as an adjunct professor of taxation for several semesters. I just happen to love teaching.
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