About Denise

There’s more to me than Bookkeeping!  In fact, it’s almost laughable that I find myself the owner of a Bookkeeping Business.  My first job was as an entrepreneur — I rode my bike around and delivered flyers advertising all the jobs I could do for money–everything from typing to guitar lessons to housecleaning to painting, etc. etc.  I was my own boss for a summer and made decent money.  In high school I took care of a neighbors horse after school and also had an office job 3 afternoons a week and on Saturdays.

I was an English Major in college, where I worked for the English department as a gal Friday, then graduated and taught 7th and 8th grade for a short stint.  That turned out to not click with me, so I worked on the racetrack with Thoroughbred Horses for a few years. I briefly had a job with an employment agency, then worked for a year doing the morning shift at Dunkin’ Donuts, (still love that stuff…) while starting my own Hunter & Jumper training stable which I had for 22 years.

Somewhere in those early days I did Amway for a year or so, and then, after we sold the farm (which had been the love of my life), I worked as a reporter for a local newspaper, then as an electrician’s helper (OK, he was my husband) right on the truck with him for two  years before changing gears yet again and starting Your Bookkeeper in January of 2004. (if that sentence seemed like a run-on, so did those years!)  During all of this I raised three children and had countless dogs and cats.

Sounds like a direct route to a bookkeeping business, doesn’t it?

Since starting Your Bookkeeper I have also started an Energy Business and a Fundraising Venture.  Someday I’d like to build a combination horse/dog rescue.

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