Whether you work for yourself or for an employer, there are things you can do to make yourself a more valuable asset. In a recent Forbes.com article, corporate consultant and author Steve Siebold shares “Five Ways to Be Amazing at Work.” He explains that while some climb the corporate ladder by playing politics, “there are other qualities that world-class performers have in common.” We share three of those qualities here:
1. Solve problems. Whether it’s a client’s problem or an employer’s problem, your ability to trouble shoot, eliminate obstacles and resolve complications will increase your value exponentially. It can ensure both customer loyalty and job security, building confidence in your abilities with all your associates.
2. Take risks. It’s a well-known fact that successful entrepreneurs are risk takers. Without the ability to go out on a limb, after having measured a venture’s benefits verses its risks, there would be no innovative products, viral marketing campaigns, or multimillion-dollar startups. The same applies to valued employees. Those who play it safe are rarely promoted. Being able to take measured risks is a valuable quality.
3. Find a coach. There aren’t many entrepreneurs that wouldn’t welcome the help of a mentor, a coach that could help them navigate through the difficulties of starting a new practice. The same holds true for traditional employment—a coach can help achieve specific goals and advance your career. Siebold explains, “Corporate America and entrepreneurs are starting to catch on to something that athletes have always known: if you want to maximize your potential in anything, hire a coach. Coaching is to performance what leadership is to an organization. Since human beings are primarily emotional creatures, competent coaches are experts in stoking the fires that burn within.”
There are things you can do to improve your worth to employers and/or clients. Taking the time to evaluate your aptitude for risk-taking and problem-solving is a great first step. Securing a trusted coach is another.
Universal Accounting Center’s Master Coaching Programs
Universal Accounting Center has two coaching programs designed to give you that extra help you need to succeed. If you are already a Universal student, chances are that you are familiar with the Academic Coaching program. At that time, you were assigned an academic coach who was qualified to answer all of your accounting, software and tax questions.
For those who want regularly scheduled coaching sessions, Universal offers the Master Coaching Program. For a relatively modest fee (especially when compared to other coaching programs), a student is assigned a Master Coach who will follow-up with the student at pre-arranged times each week to review progress on past objectives, discuss the student’s current position, and recommend action steps to take the student to the next level.
Look into our Master Coaching Program today! We’re certain you’re an amazing financial professional. We’re also certain, that will a little coaching you can become even better. Call Universal at 1-877-833-7909 to learn more now!
Siebold, Steve. “Five Ways to Be Amazing at Work.” 19 November 2013 Forbes.com
Jennifer Hernan had always wanted to launch her own practice, but having a baby in 2009 was just the catalyst she needed. Even though she loved her job at the time, she wanted to secure a future where she could work from home and be both mommy and career woman.
While she had already earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting, she needed training that drilled deeper than corporate accounting and taught practical, day-to-day accounting for the small business; she needed a complete work down on how to manage a client’s accounts from scratch.
Jennifer enrolled in Universal Accounting Center’s Professional Bookkeeper program, the premier training course in small-business accounting that helps students manage client accounts while also teaching how to promote one’s services. She also enrolled in the Professional Professional Bookkeeper’s Guide to QuickBooks, a program designed to help students master Intuit’s popular accounting software, QuickBooks, so that they can work more efficiently while generating accurate client data.
Upon completing these programs, Jennifer earned professional designations, demonstrating her new-found expertise to current and prospective clients.
Up until a few weeks ago, Jennifer had worked as a fulltime accountant with a handful of clients on the side. One of Jennifer’s clients recently offered her a contract position that will enable her to finally do what she’s always dreamed of doing: building a bigger business from home while spending more time with her daughter. In addition to the freedom of self-employment, Jennifer can now also enjoy the satisfaction of helping her clients achieve greater financial success.
Jennifer credits her accomplishment to “Determination, as well as the support from UAC staff.” She would routinely contact UAC’s master coaches for advice and encouragement, a valuable perk offered to all Universal students.
Alecia Gale was a stay-at-home mom and homeschooler, so when she became single unexpectedly, her priority was to find a job where she could work from home. Having worked as a bookkeeper before, she knew that starting her own financial practice was a likely possibility.
12 years later, and after completing Professional Bookkeeper and Tax Preparer training programs, Alecia has a thriving financial practice with 9 regular accounting clients and even more who have her do their taxes every year. She makes a full-time salary and only works 23-25 hours per week.
She explains, “My favorite thing [about having my own practice] is my ability to run my own schedule. I adjust my clients so that I’m home when my kids get home; I volunteer in their classrooms, go to their school programs, drive them to lessons and …go pick them up if they’re sick at school. I vacation when I want to, and I take every Friday off.”
Having established a successful practice, Alecia and her family are able to enjoy all the perks of self-employment, including her ability to take them on lush vacations to Disneyland, Jamaica, and Hawaii. She lives a comfortable life supporting herself and her family as a single mom.
Universal’s Training Programs Have Something for Everyone
If you’re interested in advancing your career like Jennifer and Alecia with additional training, either to secure a better job, earn a promotion or launch your own practice, visit Universal Accounting Center to sample our online training for FREE. Or see what our graduates have said about their experiences!
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In a week we’ll be celebrating the holiday that focuses on gratitude. And in these current times of economic turmoil it can be difficult to determine exactly what we have to be grateful for. But as Buddha once said, “Let us rise up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot today, at least we learned a little, and if we didn’t learn a little, at least we didn’t get sick, and if we got sick, at least we didn’t die; so, let us all be thankful.”
Gratitude is a powerful emotion. It can change your relationship with others, alter your perspective, and perhaps, grow your business. Consider the following three exercises in gratitude as you offer thanks this Thanksgiving:
1. Discover all that you have to be thankful for. Your first task is to determine all those things you have to be grateful for. In tough times that can be difficult. You may be required to consider things you regularly take for granted: perhaps good health, a place to live, family and friends, food to eat, gracious neighbors, hope for a better tomorrow. Those who believe in the Law of Attraction would tell you that in focusing on all the things you are grateful for, you will begin to attract more good things into your life. Either way, focusing on the good will raise your spirits.
2. Develop an attitude of gratitude. Consider a business run by a depressed, negative staff. Such businesses exist, and they rarely become power companies. Consider a business run by an enthusiastic, upbeat staff. Such businesses are more likely to generate positive experiences with their clients. When you focus your energy on all the good things in your life, you develop an attitude of gratitude which impacts employees, clients, and contacts in an affirming way. Your business will be much more successful simply because you have a positive attitude.
3. Express thanks to your clients. Everyone likes to be appreciated. And when you realize that your business wouldn’t exist without your clients, it becomes easier to feel genuine gratitude for everyone on your roster. When you are able to do more than simply feel gratitude for your clients, but also express it, you’ll find that your clients feel better about the services you offer. Now is the perfect time to let your clients know that you are thankful for their service. You’ll find that they’ll be more likely to refer their friends and family to your business when they recognize your sincere appreciation.
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on all those things for which we have to be grateful. It’s also a good opportunity to practice gratitude in a way that can positively impact our lives, and not just throughout the holidays. Take the time to consider all those blessings you enjoy, and then feel grateful for them. You may be surprised at how such a simple act can change your life experience.
Thank Us Later!
Consider what your life would be like without the convenience of modern technology. Without software programs like QuickBooks, we would be required to do things the slow, old-fashioned way. Thankfully, we don’t have to.
The Professional Bookkeeper’s Guide (PBG) to QuickBooks will enable you to master this software program that over 80% of small businesses use to manage their accounting. Once you do, you will be able to work more efficiently as you use all the features, functions, and shortcuts QuickBooks offers. Not only will the PBG enable you to manage your own books more efficiently, but it can increase your bottom line as you add QuickBooks consultation, help and setup services to your menu. With hands-on training you can earn a professional designation as a QuickBooks Specialist that will give you the creditability you need to convince prospective clients that you are an outstanding tax professional!
With just one small initial investment, you can increase your income and your clientele. Don’t wait to thank us. Call Universal at 1-877-833-7909 to order now!
The truth is, small business owners can find great success through cold calling. In the seven years I’ve been writing business articles, I’ve never seen a business professional downplay its value. In fact, the opposite is quite true.
For example, in a recent Entrepreneur.com article, New York Times best-selling author and international sales expert Grant Cardone shares “6 Ways to Take the Chill out of Cold Calling.” Here we share 4 of his valuable tips:
1. Confidence is key. Confidence is what enables you to make the call in the first place. You recognize the value of your services and are certain that those retaining your services enjoy greater success and profitability as a result. When you can exude confidence in a cold call, those you talk to will understand that you’re not interrupting them unnecessarily; you’re providing them with an incredible opportunity to enhance their businesses.
2. Open with your reason for calling. If you rattle on forever waiting to get to the point, you’ll lose your prospective client even if they stay on the line. Cardone suggests you open with something like, “John, this is Grant Cardone, and the reason I’m calling you is…” Be friendly and enthusiastic, clear and concise.
3. Make a monster-size claim early in the call. As a tax preparer, you have a great potential claim: “The reason I am calling is to help you save enough money in taxes to more than pay for my fees while increasing your tax savings over the next year as well.” If you don’t believe it yourself, you shouldn’t make the call until you do.
4. Anticipate questions, complaints and objections. If you don’t anticipate potential concerns before making your cold calls, chances are you’ll be stumped as soon as prospects drill deeper for more information. Cardone suggests, “Make a list of possible responses, questions, complaints and objections with answers that you can quickly offer.”
Cold calling doesn’t have to be a miserable experience. When you discover strategies that make it more rewarding, you’ll find it’s a great way to market your practice. Take the time to enhance your approach today.
Improve Your Promotability by Adding QuickBooks Services to Your Menu
Intuit has cornered the market on accounting software with QuickBooks. More than 80% of small businesses use it to manage their accounting. Unfortunately for many small-business owners, they are unaware how to optimize this software so they can retrieve the information they need to better run their businesses. Fortunately for you, this means there are a number of small business owners in need of QuickBooks setup, help and consultation services.
Not only would adding QuickBooks services to your menu increase your bottom line, but it will also enable you to better work with clients to get the information you need to best prepare their taxes. As you demonstrate how to properly setup and use QuickBooks to manage their accounting, you can ensure you will receive the information you need in the format you need it in.
The Professional Bookkeeper’s Guide to QuickBooks will enable you to master this valuable software program and earn professional certification as a QuickBooks Specialist. You can better serve your current clients and attract new clients in need of QuickBooks expertise. For a minimal investment, you can enjoy large returns. Increase your customer service efforts today by enrolling in the PBG Program! Call Universal at 1-877-833-7909 now!
Cardone, Grant. “6 Ways to Take the Chill out of Cold Calling.” 30 October 2013 Entrepreneur.com
‘Tis the season to stress out—fa-la-la-la-la. Really, wouldn’t it be better to manage the seasonal stress so that you can enjoy the holidays? Here we share 7 tips designed to help you better savor the holidays by managing the stress that’s often associated with them:
1. Be positive Often you can think away your stress. When you change your thought patterns and continually repeat positive affirmations, like “I have plenty of time to prepare for Christmas” or “I am feeling calm and relaxed,” you increase your capacity to manage difficult situations.
2. Exercise This is an age-old stress-relieving tactic. It releases endorphins in the bloodstream which will enable you to feel more energized. It releases serotonin in the brain which will enable you to be more alert. It increases your body’s immune system which will enable you to better fight illnesses, both small and large. And last, but definitely not least, exercise is a natural relaxant that will alleviate stress.
3. Avoid over-scheduling. Professionals have the tendencies to over-schedule. This can be especially stress-inducing during the holidays. Be realistic about your schedule and only plan for those things you have designated as priorities.
4. Delegate. When possible, delegate tasks (both professional and seasonal). Your family will probably be more than willing to help if it means they can spend more time with a less stressed you! Consider simple tasks that don’t require your knowledge or expertise (filing, organizing, mailing, etc.)
5. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Prioritize your projects and determine what you can and should let go. When dealing with stress overload, you need to be able to focus on what matters and put the rest on hold, especially during the holidays.
6. Anticipate changes in routines and schedules. Due to all the holiday parties, recitals, programs, etc. it can be more difficult to schedule meetings with your clients in the next couple months. Rather than become frustrated, anticipate the change in routine and be prepared with a back-up plan.
7. Schedule down-time. It is, after all, a time to enjoy your family and friends. While it may not seem like you have any time to spare, it can be extremely rejuvenating to take an hour or two and do something relaxing with your family. It also can give you the perspective necessary to balance your personal and professional lives over the holidays.
The holidays can be a stressful time for everyone, but managing that stress is key in whether or not you actually enjoy the celebrated season. This year take time to manage your holiday stress instead of allowing it to manage you.
QuickBooks Made Profitable
Knowing how to make the most of your accounting software could save you hours of working on the computer. Consider purchasing Universal Accounting Center’s QuickBooks Made Profitable (QBMP). For next to nothing you can use your QuickBooks expertise to attract more clients and increase your bottom line!
80% of small businesses use Intuit’s QuickBooks software. Once you complete QuickBooks Made Profitable, you will be able to use our proven system to attract more clients with your QuickBooks expertise. Not only that, but when you add QuickBooks setup, help and consultation services to your menu, you enhance your financial service offerings and widen your customer appeal.
Take advantage of this marvelous opportunity to eliminate some stress and increase your bottom line. Call Universal at 1-877-833-7909 to order now!
Entrepreneurs thrive on creativity and innovative ideas; in fact, many of them take those ideas to the bank. The great irony is that once you launch your own business, you can become so busy it’s impossible to even rub two ideas together.
So how do you ensure that you keep that spark of creativity alit? In a recent Entrepreneur.com article, author Debra Kaye reveals “Ways to Keep Your Creative Juices Flowing When You’re Always Busy.”
We share her three tips here:
1. Give your ideas a home. Whether you record your ideas in a notebook, tablet or some new innovative software program, it’s important that you document your thoughts so you can revisit them when you have more time. Also, when you give yourself permission to document all your new ideas, you’d be surprised at how your brain follows suit by giving you much more to think about. Kaye suggests, “Give yourself 30 minutes to an hour each week to review what you’ve collected and you might be surprised at what ideas you’ve come up with.”
2. Travel by foot. Not only is it good exercise, but walking gives you time to think. Studies show that the movement not only clears your head and helps you reset your thoughts, but it also makes room for bigger and brighter ideas. Kaye explains, “A clinical study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign showed those engaged in walking demonstrate a net increase in the efficiency of the connections within the brain’s structures.”
3. Interact with stimulating people and places. I used to teach a creative writing class, and I would always tell my students that the more willing they were to experience new people and places, the more stimulated they would be. This always resulted in more creative work. The same holds true for entrepreneurs. Engaging with interesting people in new places will get those creative juices flowing, opening you up to fresh and innovative ideas.
Securing time to engage your creative side is crucial to your continued success. Not only will it ensure you continue to improve and innovate your business, but it will also keep you alert and excited about your work!
Universal Accounting Helps Tax Preparers Succeed
At Universal, we believe it’s important to prepare for the future, and we’re interested in seeing your future success as a tax preparer. Our online tax training, the Professional Tax Preparer Program, is designed to help professionals like you master tax preparation, become efficient in the completion of individual and business returns, and establish thriving home-based tax businesses. If you would like to learn more, visit Universal for a free video today!
Kaye, Debra. “Ways to Keep Your Creative Juices Flowing When You’re Always Busy.” 16 October 2013 Entrepreneur.com
While your sense of humor or amicable nature may appeal to people, as a professional it’s your character that makes you likeable. Deborah Stone expounds on this idea in her recent SmallBizTrends.com article entitled “8 Assets to Boost Your Likeability.”
Stone believes likeability is character-based, explaining, “I’ve been stepping up my networking lately to open up new relationships and communities. In observing how people approach networking, I clearly see how powerful likeability is. …Truth is likeability, trust, character and the experience we create for people and each other are absolutes.”
Here we share 5 of 7 characteristics Stone recommend professionals develop in order to boost likeability:
1. Consistency. Stone says, “I would say this one quality has more impact on success today than most. Consistency allows people to know what to expect from us and keeps us in front of them.”
2. Optimism. Not many Negative Nellies evolve into successful entrepreneurs. Most successful business owners are extremely optimistic, looking for ways to see the glass as half full regardless of current circumstances. That kind of optimism is contagious and will definitely draw others to you.
3. Honesty. Nothing can ruin your business reputation quicker than dishonesty. One white lie can lose you countless clients and forever brand you as the dishonest business owner. Word-of-mouth advertising can also work against you, and you wouldn’t want potential clients avoiding you because you failed to remember that honesty IS the best policy.
4. Compassion. Kindness is king when it comes to increasing your likeability. When others view you as considerate and thoughtful, they can’t help but like you more.
5. Credibility. Being an expert in your field is key to establishing a solid reputation as a financial professional in your community. It also generates trust with current and prospective clients, increasing your likeability factor.
Ensure Your Creditability as a Tax Professional
Tax preparation is a viable and lucrative career path. Universal’s tax training will help you acquire the expertise you need. UA’s Professional Tax Preparer (PTP) program will not only help you earn a professional designation, but you could receive up to 60 CPE credits, depending on the number of modules you complete.
The four models include the following:
1. Establishing the Tax Foundation. Learn the entire process for determining income and adjustments to income, which will factor into the Adjusted Gross Income. In fact, you’ll cover all the information necessary to prepare Page One of Form 1040.
2. Becoming the 1040 Expert. This module deals with background information and forms that go into the 1040, Page 2. We also discuss all the adjustments that can be made to gross income, including credits that are allowed and different types of deductions and exemptions that can be taken against that adjust gross income number.
3. Profitable Business Returns. Here we introduce you to the world of business organizations and their tax concerns. This module is a practical companion to Module 2, as it give you experience in completing each of the schedules and forms common to business organizations.
4. Building Your Successful Tax Practice. Get a head start in creating and running your own tax preparation service. You will find yourself light years ahead of the competition as you put these strategies into play.
Hone your skills and earn a designation, all while increasing your likeability. Three birds, one stone. Call Universal Accounting at 1-877-833-7909 to enroll today.
Stone, Deborah. “8 Assets to Boost Your Likeability.” 8 October 2013 SmallBizTrends.com
When your practice grows enough to sustain one or more employees, you must exercise good leadership skills in order to direct your staff with inspiration and focus.
But as a tax professional, the leadership role may feel a bit oversized or awkward. Don’t let that stop you from running a winning business. You can develop into a strong leader as long as you are willing to focus on a few things.
Here are 4 traits influential and inspiring leaders share:
1. Vision. Leaders envision what can, but hasn’t yet, been achieved. They have a clear picture of where they want their business to go and how it can get there. But more than that, good leaders can share this vision with their staff and communicate it in a way that makes it clear, reasonable, and most importantly, inspirational.
But how do you do that? First you must have a vision. What do you want your business to become? Be willing to release limitations and think big. Then create a strategy. What will it take to accomplish that vision? Design a 5-year, 10-year, or 15-year game plan and take the actions necessary to achieve it. And most importantly, develop a dialog about that vision and plan; share it with employees.
2. Passion. Passion is contagious. One way you can ignite your vision is with passion. If you’re truly excited about something, that excitement will spread throughout your office, touching everyone who works for and with you. If you don’t currently have something that impassions you about your business, find something quick. That passion will drive you, and your team, toward your vision.
3. Team Leader. Theodore Roosevelt once said, “The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they do it.”
Remember that you’re trying to lead employees in the direction you would have them go, not push them. We trust that you’ve already hired competent individuals who you trust to do the work you assign. You should do the best you can to motivate and inspire your employees with clear direction, and then let them do their work.
4. Character. Employees are more likely to follow leaders they respect. And employees respect leaders with good character. In all that you do see that you’re honest, hard-working, reliable, equitable, and trustworthy.
While you may not feel like a leader right now, you can become one that employees would be proud to follow. Evaluate your current leadership style and see how you might implement two or more of the above traits. And give yourself the time to learn and improve. You may be surprised at the natural leadership instinct within you.
Fine-Tune Your Tax Preparation Skills
Regardless of how extensive your past tax training, every financial professional needs to fine-tune their skills in order to maintain a competitive advantage and currency in an ever-changing field. Universal Accounting Center has made that easy.
Our Professional Tax Preparer program includes the following:
- Informative video instruction
- Full 1040 training
- Full business return (1065, 1120, 1120S) training
- One Year Follow-up Support from expert tax preparers
Most tax preparation courses include books and some worksheets. Our training uses engaging and entertaining tax preparers who give practical advice on tax issues; they also provide real-world solutions that will give you the edge in productivity and profitability.
Call Universal at 1-877-833-7909 to enroll today!
The government shutdown has many concerned about IRS operations and how it can impact taxpayers as well as tax preparers and their businesses. In a recent press release “IRS Operations during the Lapse in Appropriations” is detailed.
First of all, the shutdown has impacted the IRS which now offers limited services. However, the IRS wants to make it clear that underlying tax law still remains in full effect, and the shutdown will not lessen any individual or business’s tax obligations.
The press release explains, “Individuals and businesses should keep filing their tax returns and making deposits with the IRS, as they are required to do so by law. The IRS will accept and process all tax returns with payments, but will be unable to issue refunds during this time. Taxpayers are urged to file electronically, because most of these returns will be processed automatically.”
Lists of suspended services, available services, and potential effects on taxpayers follows:
- Live telephone customer service
- IRS walk-in taxpayer assistance
- Examinations (audits)
- Appeals or Taxpayer Advocate cases
- Distribution of refunds
IRS Services Still Available
- Most automated toll-free telephone applications (800-829-1040)
- The mailing of automated IRS notices
- The IRS website, IRS.gov (however, some interactive features may be suspended).
- IRS Free File partners
- Tax software companies
Impact on Taxpayers and Professionals
- Continue to file and pay taxes. If you’ve requested an extension, you should complete and file your return by October 15, 2013.
- All other tax deadlines apply, including those extending to individuals, corporations, partnerships and employers. Regular payroll tax deadlines also continue to apply.
- Tax returns can be filed electronically or on paper, although electronic returns can be processed automatically while paper returns must wait until the shutdown has ended.
- Tax refunds will not be distributed until the shutdown has ended.
- Tax software companies, tax preparers and Free File will be fully operational.
For more information visit IRS.gov.
Help Businesses go from Red to Black
The economy has been hitting small businesses hard, and many are failing as a result; we hope yours is not one of them. Red to Black in 30 Days enables readers to learn the Universal Project Management Model that will enable them to save failing businesses. This book is a guideline for financial professionals who work with disheartened small business owners in need of a good turnaround plan.
Each chapter focuses on a crucial aspect of the turnaround process. Simple steps are outlined from initial contact through stabilization and profitable growth. This can be the guide through your first turnaround experience or it can enhance the management skills of even the seasoned financial professional. You may find that in offering turnaround services your business (and those of your clients) will be the few that thrive in these difficult financial times. For the cost of this one book you can enhance your value to current and prospective clients. Order your copy now.
–. “IRS Operations during the Lapse in Appropriations.” 1 October 2013 IRS.gov
The way you manage stress and change can indicate whether or not your business will thrive in a competitive market. It’s natural to feel anxiety now and then, especially when managing your own business. But when you’re better equipped to manage the stress and change that comes with it, you’re more likely weather the storm that often accompanies the gradual climb to success. Here are five tips that will help:
1. Don’t resist. Change often feels uncomfortable, even if it’s positive change. As you move forward, recognize that while change is different, it’s not necessary bad. Take a moment to evaluate the situation and determine where the change will take your business. When and if you decide the change is moving your practice in a positive direction, stop resisting the change so that it can propel you and your clients forward.
2. Tackle one change at a time. When experiencing rapid success or handling a significant obstacle, you often encounter numerous changes all at once. It’s important that you not allow them to overwhelm you. If possible, sit down and list the changes. Determine whether or not you can tackle them one at a time. Often in putting these changes on paper you can visualize what must happen and in what order.
3. Take charge. Change can cause stress when individuals feel powerless in its wake. As you tackle one change at a time you can also make a list of action items that would enable you to take charge of the situation and feel empowered.
4. Remain positive. When overwhelmed and stressed with business worries it can be difficult to remain positive, but the more you entertain negative thoughts and emotions, the larger they’ll become. Pick a positive mantra or two and repeat those anytime you find yourself thinking negative thoughts; you’ll be surprised at how quickly the negative energy dissipates.
5. Be patient. Change takes time so you’ll weather it much better if you sit back and try to relax your way through it. Impatience will only cause more stress and frustration.
It’s important that you take an active role in managing change and the stress that usually results from it. When you do, you start acting on events in your life rather than reacting to them. Consider that all change will take you somewhere, and in most cases it will prove beneficial to your business. Just stay alert and remain strong, and chances are your business will do the same.
The Professional Bookkeeper (PB) Program
The PB Program is jam-packed with valuable features, and with UA’s Professional Bookkeeper Program, becoming a freelance accountant is much easier and more profitable than many have ever imagined. And when you own a private practice, you have the professional freedom to set your own schedule, determine your earnings and call all the shots.
For more than 30 years Universal Accounting Center has been demonstrating just how easy this can be as long as you have the knowledge and skills necessary. Let us share that with you. It will make a difference in your life and the life of your family.
There’s no time like the present to change your future. Enjoy the freedom of self-employment, including the ability to achieve an increased salary, an improved lifestyle and the chance to do what you’ve always dreamed. Call 1-800- 833-7909 to enroll in the Professional Bookkeeper Program today!