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taxestonursing specializes in Accounting and Income Taxes 20 years experience.

 I have been doing taxes and accounting for 20 years. My husband has a background in firefighting, EMT, and fire instructor. We have 4 children whom we have homeschooled. One is in her sophomore year of college while the other three are still being taught. (ages 15,6,3 and all boys) My husband and I have both decided that we wanted to change our careers and we have chosen to become nurses. We are just about to finish up our freshman year of college. We both have always taken classes and got certified respectfully in our careers but this is the first time either of us has pursued a degree. We have been together for 21 years and married for 19 years. We have been on many journeys along the way but this one has my head spinning!!

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    Good afternoon! I am so excited that I found this place. I am looking to get all kinds of great advice for changing my life. I am 38 years old and I am beginning a new journey. For the past 10 years, I have played around with the idea of becoming a nurse. Why so long? Well, I have 4 children and I won a very good income tax and bookkeeping business. I kept thinking my life was all set and I did not have time to devote to going to college. I homeschool all of my children and I have this business that is full-time but really only super busy during January to April months. However, I decided to make the leap and just go for it. I have a few questions since 1- I have never gone to college for a degree and 2-I am completely new to nursing. What classes can I take that is a good balance of hard and easy? I want to try to take 3 a semester. I could do more in fall and Summer but Springtime is my busiest time of year and I can not handle that many hard classes. I want to go for my BSN and go from there. Any advice? I also would like to know where to look for scholarships? I do not want to just go anywhere because of the line of work I am in, I am very much aware of identity theft issues. So I want to go where it is tried and true.