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 Post subject: Good books on opening your own Bookkeeping firm?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:57 am 

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Hey guys.

I graduated double majoring in Accounting and Finance and am now pursuing my MBA with a dual concentration in the same field. After graduating I went straight to corporate finance.

I am interested in possibly opening up a bookkeeping firm later on in my career starting on the side but moving onto full time if I am able to start generating enough business. Does anyone know of any good resources that details how one would go about pursuing that? I did buy one book that detailed it pretty well but a lot of the information is a bit dated given that it was published in the mid-90s.


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