Okay, first thing. You’re probably at the wrong website. Probably. That’s my guess. This website (as of 2021) showcases my writing. And especially the computer trade books written for John Wiley & Sons, Microsoft Press, McGraw-Hill, Macmillan & Sons, Addison Wesley, Sybex, and Random House.
Titles like Quicken for Dummies and QuickBooks for Dummies, for example,
Probably you’re either looking for the Nelson.CPA domain of the Redmond, WA CPA firm where I work as a tax partner. (This would be the case if you’re looking for help with a small business or complex investments.)
Or possibly you’re here when you really want to be at our popular small business blog, Evergreen Small Business. (That blog provides a bunch of tax, management, and accounting advice for entrepreneurs, small business managers and active investors.)
If you’re looking for my online archive of books and articles, however? Yeah, you’ve come to the right place. You can see a bunch of articles (mostly adapted from print books) under the Article categories list along the right edge of the page. (A bunch of the content here comes from the MBA’s Guide to Microsoft Excel I self-published a couple of decades ago.)
Finally, under that e-Books category, I’ve listed the downloadable e-books and monographs I’ve authored or co-authored. Most of these you can buy with a couple of clicks. But be sure to double-check the publication date. You want to make sure you’re getting information that’s applicable to the timeframe you’re researching.
A final comment: If you want to contact me? The best method for doing that is to visit our CPA firm website and then use the contact form.