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Yaritza D. I've trained many people in using QuickBooks and making accounting easy for them to understand. I own my own bookkeeping services business focusing on QuickBooks. I've used QuickBooks since its inception and know every feature.
2 Subjects: including accounting, QuickBooks
Sausalito, CA
Adam B. ...Fundamentals are important to me and I strive to make sure that a solid foundation is formed in all topics of study. I am located in Irvine, I can meet you at a mutually convenient location. As noted before, I am committed to your success and will be committed to the full term of your course(be it a quarter or semester) if needed.
5 Subjects: including accounting, finance, economics, business
San Francisco, CA
Ray T. ...If you are a struggling student looking for help, I am the right person for you. I am willing to help you with your homework as well as preparing for exams. I am looking forward to helping you succeed.
1 Subject: accounting
San Francisco, CA
Jason L. ...In addition, I have applied linear algebra in building my regression models. Finally, there are many skills I have developed in my general coursework and work experience in Math, Stats, and Econ that can be transferred to tutoring Linear Algebra. I use MS Access on a daily basis.
33 Subjects: including accounting, calculus, geometry, statistics
San Francisco, CA
Martha M. ...I have a diverse background; my previous jobs include: CPA, financial analyst, stock broker, University administrator, executive director of a non-profit, and chaplain. I am currently finishing my PhD in theology and spend much of my time researching and writing. As a mother of four (now grown)...
23 Subjects: including accounting, English, reading, GRE
San Francisco, CA

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