Career Testimonials

“The flexibility of telecommuting has enabled me to stay involved in my profession without sacrificing my desire to be at home raising my children… 

…My girls see me working and are learning to appreciate that my job is an important part of my life; but that I am there for them…

 …One distinguishing characteristic is that the work is for the most part predictable.  It is also great to have a team of telecommuters who are my virtual colleagues.  Our “water cooler” chat may happen over e-mail but we still provide each other with a valuable sounding board, backup support, and virtual camaraderie that most other part-time or work from home solutions lack.”

Elizabeth, BS in Accounting, CPA, Previously with Big 4, Accounting Director in Multi-Family Industry

 

“The telecommuting team I work with has really worked together to gain efficiencies that are both beneficial to me (time savings) and to our clients (better quality).”

Ann, CPA, Previously Public Accounting Tax Manager, Mechanical Engineer Turned CPA

 

“It has definitely helped me keep a foot in the accounting world.  I am able to stay abreast of new accounting practices and continue to make invaluable connections with other professionals…

 …I think the best thing is not having to commute to an office.  This allows that time to be spent getting the job done…

 …Due to the fact that I do not always work conventional hours, I am able to tackle special projects and other tasks as needed quickly and efficiently.”

Kim, MBA in Accounting and Finance, Previously Accounting Manager/Asst Controller in Multi-Family Industry

 

“ Working from home allows me to concentrate on what needs to be done and not be interrupted by meetings, lunches and water cooler chats at the office.  I feel I am always at 100% productivity…

 …I like the fixed pricing because I have a set paycheck that I can count on each month for my family budgeting.  It works for the client for budgeting purposes too as they know what their expenses will be for the work I provide.

 …If I want to attend a field trip with my child, I can plan my work around the trip.  I do not have to ask anyone permission to take time off.  This is the same for any volunteering or other activity that I might want to be a part of during the day.”

Lindsay, BS in Business Administration, Previously  Department Manager of Retirement Services for Fortune 500 Bank