Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We covered how to calculate NOI, CAP Rate, and debt ratio for commercial investments. We also reviewed mortgages, principles of agency, and principles of contracts for the student's quiz tomorrow. The student has a strong grasp on the material, and just wanted additional information and more in-depth explanations."
"We covered payroll and deductions. The student always has a tremendous attitude and is a pleasure to work with! We are working on pacing out her homework in small daily increments to avoid buildup and stress. She is planning on finishing the chapter before our next session. She is an inspiration and a pleasure to work with!"
"We reviewed all of the student's documents for the business plan. We reviewed for content as well as sentence structure and spelling. She was able to review and make changes based on our conversations about the material and when prompted, was able to work on sentence structure as well."
"The student and I first reviewed several questions related to his tax accounting course. They involved the calculation of taxable income and the corresponding tax and/or the calculation of a tax based upon taxable income. Concepts related to earned income, unearned income, the kiddie tax, and deductions and exemptions were taken into account. We also briefly reviewed a detailed breakdown of one of the cost accounting problems we completed. Overall, we still had the correct results and only used a different approach."
"Topics reviewed included: Accounting Principles, Accounting Assumptions, Postings Trial Balance, Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Statement of Owner's Equity, Normal Balances, Compound Entries and Simple Entries. Student has progressed very well. Productive session."
"We reviewed the new accounts the student added to his chart of accounts and added a few more. The chart of accounts is an ongoing process. More than enough is setup for now. We set up the vendor account for his landlord. We entered the 3 transactions made to date. Two were set as monthly recurring transactions. We discussed upcoming meetings with the seller. I gave him insights that 26 years of self-employment have taught me. I wish him and his wife all the success in the world!"