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Running the business of your dreams is exciting. Turning a vision into reality and seeing the validation of your ideas – all while making money – is one of the greatest feelings entrepreneurs experience. But managing money and compliance is one of the worst.

Few entrepreneurs love accounting and yet accounting skills are absolutely essential for your business to thrive. It’s not sexy, but the 2022 Ultimate Finance and Accounting Certification Bundle provides crucial training that will help you stay compliant and maybe even save some money this tax season. It’s on sale for just $29.99 (reg. $1,600).

This eight-course bundle includes more than 60 hours of training from Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Robert Steele (instructor rating of 4.4/5). Steele has worked as an accounting instructor and program developer since 2009 and is the author of five accounting books.

In this progressive set, you’ll start by focusing on personal finance before moving into professional accounting. Steele can help you set SMART goals, develop a personal financial plan, understand how to budget, walk you through the most important financials and more.

When you enter the professional courses, you will start with the basics of accounting, familiarizing yourself with T accounts and ledgers. You’ll learn about recognition, measurement, valuation, and disclosures, how to manage costs, and more. You will also learn how to analyze financial statements and decisions, learn vertical and horizontal analysis, and other accounting essentials. From there, you’ll dive into business cost management, learn how to make business investment decisions, budget and forecast for your business, and more. It’s a comprehensive overview that will help keep your business in the dark.

Learn essential personal finance and accounting skills to help your business thrive. Right now, the Ultimate Finance and Accounting Certification Bundle 2022 is on sale for just $29.99 for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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