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Asset Bookkeeping & Tax Service Owner Completes QuickBooks Enterprise ProAdvisor Certification

Asset Bookkeeping & Tax Service Owner Completes QuickBooks

[Hansen, ID – July 6, 2010]– A. Brian Cogan, CPB of Asset Bookkeeping & Tax Service in Hansen has completed Intuit’s coursework and examination and is now accredited as an official Certified QuickBooks Enterprise Edition ProAdvisor®. Cogan now holds the designations of Certified Public Bookkeeper, QuickBooks Advanced Certified ProAdvisor, QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor and the latest, QuickBooks Enterprise Certified ProAdvisor. QuickBooks is a leading provider of business and financial management solutions for small & mid-size businesses, consumers and accounting professionals.

QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisors are independent accounting professionals and consultants who work with small & Mid-size businesses, and have completed a comprehensive training curriculum developed by Intuit. By obtaining the QuickBooks Enterprise Certified ProAdvisor certification, Cogan is now available to help mid-size businesses better manage their finances and prepare for tax reporting with specialized training, software installation and customization, as well as recommendations on QuickBooks add-ons that can benefit their businesses.

“By expanding the services we offer, we hope to be able to be of service to more of the business community. By offering both accounting and software support services, we can help more businesses get a firmer grasp on their financial situations, and help them to make better decisions.”

Brian is committed to providing excellence in the QuickBooks, bookkeeping and income tax services he provides to his clients. The importance that he places on relationships with his clients helped him build Building Blocks Business Solutions, LLC, a successful QuickBooks, Bookkeeping and Income Tax practice in Glendale, AZ. Brian brings his 25+ years of experience in bookkeeping, accounting and computers to Asset Bookkeeping & Tax Service. Brian is available to work onsite or remotely. You can find more information about Brian and Asset Bookkeeping & Tax Service on their website,, or by contacting them at (208) 944-9393.

Asset Bookkeeping & Tax Service, LLC
A. Brian Cogan
487 2nd Street West
Hansen, ID 83334

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