Thus, after buying a small bookkeeping practice in 1974 and another in 1975 and passing the Enrolled Agent exams, I have been self-employed ever
since. I found investment advisors to my clients employing abusive and illegal practices and in 1990 obtained NASD series 7, 24, and 63 licenses,
along with California insurance licenses for securities, casualty/fire, and life/disability. I shrunk the practice from 20 employees to provide
better service to my clients and simultaneously managed a securities branch as a Branch Manager/Office of Supervision Jurisdiction.
I also wrote and published American Independent Business in 1985 and sold out all 5,000 copies to colleges, libraries, clients, and Chambers of
Commerce. It was a large indexed book about small business management. In 2010 I published Rock & Roll Murders which was a true crime book about
a radio station in Riverside. I was a member of the Upland Kiwanis Club and wrote their weekly bulletin. My [Blue Section] bulletin won a
Second Place Annual Award [Clyde Hurley] for the Western States [CAL-Nev-Ha] once, First Place twice, and International Second Place [Honorable Mention].
I also served one year as President of the Riverside Tax Consultants Association.
At this time I maintain a select practice out of my large residence-office. We do write-up work for many corporations to whom we provide accurate
monthly financial statements and tax accounting returns year around. I still have many of my original tax and corporate clients from up to 30 years ago and
excel in tax problems for new clients. My ultimate goal with this website is to invite new clients to my practice and maintain our relationship
for years to come.