As of March 25, 2018, all freelance accounting services have been certified.
While some of the newer services are still under testing, many of the older ones have now been approved.
Many of these services are open to freelancers.
That means that freelancers can start looking at paying for work as an affiliate.
Some of the services will allow you to do so, but others are just for people who are familiar with the industry.
If you’re in the market for a new freelance accounting service, here’s what you should know.
How does it work?
In order to be considered an affiliate, you need to have: A company that has been accredited by the Association of American Accountants (AAAC) or the Association for Accountants and Auditors (AAA).
You need to be a member of both.
A professional title that is at least 3 years old.
Your professional title must include: Your name, your phone number, and a brief description of the position you are interested in.
A cover letter.
The title you choose must be consistent with your current job description.
Some services will require a cover letter and an interview, but most will not.
You will be asked to provide all of the information you have about yourself, including any relevant experience.
Your current position title, which is the name that appears on your résumé.
You must also have a CV.
The cover letter should include: a brief statement about the position