My kids have one of those miniature basketball hoops we keep in the house. They don’t like to play with me because making baskets is a “no brainer” when you tower above the hoop. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a “no brainer” career, where you tower over success? Oh, wait, you do!Every business, whether it be an auto shop, a high-level marketing firm, or an art gallery, must perform accounting functions. Not only is it required by law, but good accounting helps a business assess its progress and take steps to become even more profitable. Because of this, good accountants are a priceless commodity, and when they do their job well they become invaluable to the businesses they work for. The accounting profession can be your “no brainer” career, with guaranteed success just as close as a miniature basketball hoop. Lucky you!The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment for accountants will increase more than average by 2014. They also state that, “As the economy grows, the number of business establishments will increase, requiring more accountants and auditors to set up books, prepare taxes, and provide management advice. As these businesses grow, the volume and complexity of information developed by accountants and auditors regarding costs, expenditures, and taxes will increase as well.”Life is good for the freelance accountant.
Catapult Your Practice to Success
Training is important. Not only to you, but to current and potential employers. The Bureau goes on to say, “Voluntary certification can attest to professional competence in a specialized field of accounting and auditing. It also can certify that a recognized level of professional competence has been achieved by accountants and auditors who have acquired some skills on the job, without the formal education or public accounting work experience needed to meet the rigorous standards required to take the CPA examination.”It takes four years to get an accounting degree at a standard university. And they only train you in corporate accounting, which represents 2% of accounting opportunities out there. What makes up the 98%? Small business, and Universal Accounting Center knows small business accounting; they can train you in less than 60 hours!
The Professional Bookkeeper(PB) Program
Universal Accounting Center’s Professional Bookkeeper Program was originally created by Alf Bostrom when he became frustrated that no course existed to teach a hands-on process of small business accounting.The course has evolved over the last 25 years into a comprehensive program in the day-to-day bookkeeping of a small business. And our graduates have found that the principles also apply exceptionally well to larger companies. You not only get the theory taught in college, but you are taught by practical examples of real-world companies. From a bakery to a car lot, you will do books for 9 businesses and see how they are similar and how they differ.And the best part, you can complete the course in 60 hours; if you start today you could finish the program by the end of summer and focus on building your client base this fall!
Professional Bookkeeper’s Guide (PBG) to QuickBooks
In addition to the PB Program, we’re also offering this exclusive training in QuickBooks, the leading accounting software for small businesses. Universal’s PBG training program will teach you QuickBooks quickly, and painlessly. UAC’s Guide to Quickbooks Pro is a self-paced program that enables you to complete the parts that interest you and skip over the parts that don’t. Even if you have used the program for years, the program teaches you shortcuts and methods you may not have known. You will be impressed by the simple flow and completeness of this program. So why wait? In just a number of hours you could be ready to better manage your own finances while adding new services to your own practice and increasing your bottom line.Don’t wait another day to take advantage of this incredible time for accountants and ensure that your accounting practice towers above the competition! Order this special package today!