For Clay Glassford life has purpose and meaning, who knew the adventure he would take when he decided to become an accountant. With a decision, hours of committed study he found the confidence to start his accounting business and has not looked back sense then.
Listen in as Roger and Clay discuss this journey and the impact it’s had on his life in a positive way.
Clay shares some tips and advice that applies to everyone starting and building a successful accounting & bookkeeping business.
From supportive spouse to now running a successful accounting business Steve Chase has a journey to share. Reflecting back to his youth he remembers as a Boy Scout enjoying the personal finance merit badge, who knew this was in his future.
Listen to Roger Knecht and Steve Chase as the discuss starting and building a bookkeeping business. Great advices, some tips and tricks you don’t want to miss.
Hear what Steve feels we all need to know regarding our future roles in accounting.
Enjoy and remember this, if it’s about accounting, it’s Universal.
Imagine early in high school being told you would be great in business, you start taking classes and find yourself in love with accounting. You enjoy the homework and are good with the numbers.
Let me introduce you to Erin Engelbrecht, CPA. With her successful career in accounting, building her business (Organized Piggy) she is now ready to share her story and “give back”. Listen to her advice and insights to also have a successful accounting business. Get a notepad and get ready.
For many individuals a career change is the right step to a better future and was the case for Eric. Whether we are pushed or pulled to make a change in our career it still is a big step and the same was true for Eric. Hear what Eric did to become a Professional Tax Preparer (PTP) as well and run a successful tax business.
Bill came to the world of ledgers and tax returns by an unlikely route. He majored in music, and spent time as a songwriter in Los Angeles, even landing a spot on a production team for a Stevie Wonder spin-off called Writer’s Quarters West. To help make ends meet for his young family, Bill started a small business in 1988, part time, while still keeping a foot in the music industry. But it quickly consumed all his time and energy, and he discovered that he actually enjoyed running a business, which required learning how to keep the books, which led to an MBA in finance and accounting. Eventually, Bill was hired by Universal Accounting Center in Salt Lake City to teach their unique bookkeeping and tax preparation courses to students from all over the country. He has been a lead writer and editor for Universal Accounting’s Professional Tax Preparer course. He also worked several seasons as a tax professional for H&R Block. Having worked several seasons as a tax professional for H&R Block, Bill currently runs his own thriving bookkeeping, accounting and tax preparation business.
Starting and building a successful tax business takes time and effort.
Listen as Bill Brough EA, shares his experience and some advice.
As a professional tax preparer Bill first started with just a handful of clients one tax season. In time it went from being a supplemental income that he was doing on week nights and week ends to a cross road. Yes, he took the leap and started doing taxes full-time doubling and even tripling his business each tax season year-over-year.
Bill Brough EA, owner and founder of Bottom Line Bookkeeping & Tax. Primary contributor and content writer to the Professional Tax Preparer PTP program.
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