...Also, I'm super patient. When I was a tutor for a student at MSU, I would often want to spend longer on a particular topic than the student would. My idea is that repetition is what creates the ability to do the work again (like on a test!).
Overall, I'm nice, patient, kind of smart, and wanting to help you learn. (read more)
...I've built databases for 13 years. From managing inventory and services for a non profit to most currently analyzing multiple data sources via relationships in access. Also, oftentimes I audit database structures as a certified IT auditor. (read more)
...I currently run TASC Public Accounting and have since 2003 and actively provide the services I teach. I taught Accounting Principles and Income Tax for 7 years at the college level and really enjoyed it - I've been told I made it fun! (Yes Accounting is fun!!) I have helped many student LEARN A... (read more)
...You will find that, in the work environment, almost everything is done in Excel rather than with a calculator. Furthermore, it is much easier to understand underlying calculations in Excel rather the "black box" of a financial calculator. Personally, I have never been able to peer inside a calculator to see what is happening. (read more)
...I think the key to my success as a tutor over the years is that I love to see my students succeed. Seeing accounting concepts "click" for students is the most rewarding part of tutoring for me. Given how immersed I have been in accounting for the past six years, I possess an in depth understanding of the subject matter. (read more)