Universal Accounting Center (UAC), an accounting school for small business professionals is joining forces with Pure Bookkeeping (PURE), a company that helps bookkeepers grow their businesses by offering them proven business systems to organize and operate the various parts of their firms.
A new era has begun in the accounting profession.
“It just made perfect sense for us,” said UAC President & CEO, Roger Knecht. “We feel it’s a great opportunity for our clients to discover PURE’s content around establishing successful back office systems in their businesses and we hope to be a tremendous educational resource to PURE’s customers as well.”
“What UAC is doing is incredibly inspiring,” mentioned PURE’s North America President, Michael Palmer. “They are providing such an important service to accountants and bookkeepers everywhere. Partnering with them is such an exciting opportunity.”
PURE was co-founded in 2010 by Australian bookkeeper, Debbie Roberts, who’s been a bookkeeper for over 30 years, and her business coach, Peter Cook. A global company with over 871 licensees, PURE is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia and has a North American arm that is run by Palmer.
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Universal Accounting® invites you to explore the opportunities that exist in the accounting profession. Whether you are:
Training an employee
Providing group training for employees and/or a department
Wanting to start or expand your career in accounting, bookkeeping and tax,
Trying to improve your employment situation with promotions and pay increases,
Moving toward greater independence by starting a bookkeeping service and building your own part-time or full-time accounting business
Universal is here to help you.
What other professions can claim to be as stable or consistent as accounting and bookkeeping? Is the definition of a debit or credit going to change today after being used for more than 500 years?
Since the dawn of time accounting was used in the simplest of forms, and has been referred to as the second oldest profession. From the late 1400’s accounting has been based on the principles of debits, credits and double-entry accounting. Although originally written in Latin, the books of the father of accounting, Fra Luca Pacioli, could be used today to teach bookkeeping.
“There are three things needed by any one who wishes to carry on business carefully. The most important of these is cash or any equivalent, the second thing is to be a good bookkeeper and ready mathematician, the third and last thing is to arrange all the transactions in such a systematic way that one may understand each one of them at a glance.”
Fra Luca Pacioli Summa De Arithmetica 1494
One hundred percent of businesses need accurate accounting, and to ensure that it is done the government steps in and requires that it be completed for taxes. An example of this trend is stated in the United States Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook:
“Demand for full-charge bookkeepers is expected to increase as they are called upon to do much of the work of accountants. Those with several years of accounting or bookkeeper certification will have the best job prospects.”
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