Disclaimer: This post is in no way meant to offend accountants or anyone in financial services…it might, but it is not “meant” to
What do accountants do for fun? Add the telephone book. Hahahaha! Well, that is all accountants except for Andrew Spanier. This morning he learned that aviation is not accrual world as he flew his first few solo laps in N328ME at KRTS, runway 26. Andrew and his CFI Jack Darlington ran a full risk assesment and concluded that based on the figures, today was the day to cut Andrew loose in the pattern! If you haven’t guessed it yet, Andrew is a local accountant who spends his days solving problems you didn’t know you had in a way you don’t understand. He made the decision to put down the calculator, trade in the dark grey socks for the light grey, take off the tie, and learn to fly!! And he is loving every minute of it. Now the fun solo flights begin, and if our calculations are correct, it will be no time and he will be checkride prepping. Huge congratulations to Andrew and CFI Jack!! Be audit you can be :)
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