What is the difference between an Associate's Degree, a Bachelor's Degree, and a Master's Degree?
I am currently enrolled in college for an associate's degree in accounting. What level of education would I need to open my own income tax office? Would you recommend getting at least an asscoiate's degree in business management?
Asked By: gitargal - 9/20/2007
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Answered By: wisdomdude - 9/20/2007
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Associates- 2 years of college Bachelor's- 4 year college degree Master's- Higher education after college (MBA, M.S., M.A., etc) You can probably open an income tax office with an Associates and good business sense, however you'll be more credible to potential clients with an MBA and extensive experience.
Answered By: Miss Mocha Latte - 9/20/2007
From what I think: Associate Degree - 2 year college Bachelor Degree - 4 year college/uni Master Degree - Is after Bachelor Degree, basically like grad school. I'd suggest atleast a Bachelor's degree and also become a CPA before thinking about opening your own office.
Answered By: Rupi R - 9/20/2007
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