Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) January 25, 2006
Universal Accounting Center (UAC), a national training center specializing in small business accounting and tax preparation education has partnered with the National Society of Accountants (NSA) to make accounting and tax education more accessible. UAC and NSA offer accounting and tax professionals the highest quality accounting resources available.
“We are excited to have NSA as a partner. Their unique focus and mission make them a great advocate to accounting professionals through out the nation. Our students will be gaining a tremendous professional resource,” said UAC President, Allen Bostrom, CPA.
UAC will provide NSA members free and specially priced training programs including the Professional Tax Preparer Program, Professional Bookkeeper Program and Professional Bookkeepers Guide to QuickBooks Program. These proprietary courses offer financial professionals skill enhancement and expanded opportunities.
In turn, NSA will provide UAC students with all association benefits including discounted membership rates, a voice in the accounting community, 6 issues of NPA Magazine, 8 issues of NSA Technology Advisor and an online business card in NSA’s “Find a Professional” directory.
Universal Accounting Center is a Salt Lake City, UT based training center offering accounting, bookkeeping and income tax training to students throughout the world since 1979. Universal Accounting skills are taught through live classroom sessions or through its patented home-study course, allowing students to learn at their own pace. More information about Universal Accounting Center can be found by calling 1-800-343-4827 or visiting http://www.knowaccounting.com/about-uac/.
National Society of Accountants represents more than 30,000 independent practitioners who provide accounting, tax, auditing, financial and estate planning and management services to 19 million individuals and businesses. For more than 50 years, a NSA has supported independent practitioners with leading information, resources and representation to protect practice rights, build credibility and grow the profession. More information about the National Society of Accountants can be found by visiting http://www.nsacct.org.