About Glenn Tyndall
Glenn Tyndall is the owner of the CPA firm Tyndall & Company, CPA, PA. His firm provides audit and tax services to individuals, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations. In addition to his work in public accounting, Glenn writes about accounting software for About.com, a New York Times Company, as a freelance Topic Writer. His pratical experience working with clients who use many different accounting software programs — QuickBooks, TOPS, Peachtree, MAS-90, and Oracle, just to name a few — give him insights into how accounting software programs work and typical problems you’re likely to run into using your software.
Glenn has more than 8 years of experience working in both public and corporate accounting. Throughout his career in public accounting, Glenn has worked with many different types of clients, including real estate developers, community associations, construction contractors, nonprofits, and churches and religious organizations. He is also an active member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
Glenn graudated with a B.B.A in Accounting from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida.
Certified Public Accountant, Florida
Real Estate Sales Association, Florida
As a practicing CPA, I can say that accounting software isn’t the most exciting topic, but it can be one of the most frustrating parts of running your business when you run into problems. I’ve found that most issues can be avoided by (1) choosing the right software, (2) setting up your software properly from the beginning, and (3) just taking the time to properly troubleshoot any issues as they arise. My goal is simple — to help you avoid these issues by providing you with reviews and tutorials on accounting software. I’ll share what I’ve learned about accounting software with you so you can make informed decisions when purchasing or upgrading your software. I’ll also provide tips and tutorials on how to use certain programs, best practices, and (for those who want the newest, most cutting-edge of technology) the newest mobile apps that you can work into your business.