Certified Public Accountant, Linda Trent, Hits Amazon Best-Seller List with Keep It!

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PARMA, Idaho - March 6, 2019 - s4story -- Linda Trent ranked on the Amazon best-seller list with the new book, Keep It!, foreword written by Chauncey Hutter.

Parma, Idaho– March 6, 2019– CPA, Linda Trent joined Chauncey Hutter, along with a select group of experts and professionals around the world to co-write the book, Keep It!, The Small Business Owners Guide to Keeping More of Your Hard Earned Money. The book was published by CelebrityPress®, a leading business book publisher that publishes books from ThoughtLeaders® around the world and was released on February, 14, 2019.

On the day of release, Keep It! reached best-seller status on Amazon - reaching as high as #41 in the "Taxation: Small Business" category, as well as placing #54 in "Taxation: Personal", and #71 in "Accounting: Bookkeeping". The expert information shared in Trent's chapter, "Eleven Ways to Protect your Accounting Health," has helped the book reach optimal best-seller placement and will help readers gain similar success in their endeavors.

CelebrityPress® describes the book as empowering to all small business owners around the world.

In this book, Keep It!, the elements of accounting and taxes, marketing, health insurance practices and prudent leadership all promote good business health and successful entrepreneurship. These illustrate to business owners how to keep more of their hard-earned revenue. The discussions of the Celebrity Experts® in the book include a wide range of topics - such as tax shelters, divorce implications and tax planning. As a reference guide, you can certainly use it to guide you in appropriate discussions with your CPA or accountant.

After such a successful release, Linda Trent will be recognized by The National Academy of Best-Selling Authors (http://www.bestsellersacademy.org/)™, an organization that honors authors from many of the leading independent best-seller lists.

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Click HERE (https://www.amazon.com/Keep-Chauncey-Forward-Hutter/dp/1732284385/ref=sr_1_1?crid=M2AD94APTWX8&keywords=keep+it+chauncey+hutter&qid=1551213284&s=gateway&sprefix=Keep+It%21+Chau%2Caps%2C155&sr=8-1-spell) to order a copy of Keep It!

A portion of the royalties earned from Keep It! will be given to Entrepreneur's International Foundation, a not for profit organization dedicated to creating awareness for charitable causes.

About Linda Trent

Linda Trent, CPA graduated from high school in 1981 with a mission to become an accountant. During high school, accounting classes were her absolute favorite. While in college, after her undergrad work and starting on the upper division classes, her accounting professors were not too excited about teaching women. Accounting at that time was still very much a man's world.

Overcoming the industry's glass ceiling would be a challenge, but that never discouraged Linda because accounting was her passion. Linda's grandfather was an accountant and she endeavored to carry on the tradition. Senior year started out great and she soaked up the knowledge, but still had many factors stacked against her. Linda was in a very competitive accounting program where she was not in the highest rankings. She was not accepted to continue in the pursuit of an Accounting degree. Linda was forced to change her major to a general business degree. She believed this was the end of becoming an accountant.

With a general business degree, Linda became a loan officer at a local bank. Helping people get loans and watching their businesses become successful was very rewarding. While at the bank, she met a farmer. He was unfamiliar with creating his financial statements. This farmer was having trouble putting his budget together for a loan application, so Linda offered to help after banking hours. It was during those evenings that she realized she still wanted to be an accountant someday. This farmer really appreciated Linda's work and they had a lasting business relationship.

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The connections made at the bank encouraged Linda to follow her true path. Patrons would come in and only want to speak with her, which frustrated the bank manager to the point where he fired Linda one day! Linda believed it was the worst day of her life. Devastated, she didn't know what to do but her husband had an accountant friend who needed some help, so she worked for him part time. Shortly thereafter, Linda started a bookkeeping company out of her home. With only the farmer as a client, he kept his business with her until he passed away.

Linda loved bookkeeping, she had found her purpose! She went back to college, worked her tail off for an accounting degree, tested for the CPA and in a flash, she had her license framed on the wall of her office. Linda and her husband bought the lot directly across the street from the bank that fired her, and she has been there for 30 years.

Being a banker was a wonderful experience that helped Linda plant roots in her small community. Hindsight is 20/20 and she is amazed by the way every single thing happens for a reason. Linda's true passion is accounting, learning how to collect the numbers and then using them to better understand a business is really remarkable. Over her career as a business owner, Linda has learned the value of expertise as well as how to face business challenges head on.

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