Ranvir Singh Sandhu, an Indian origin British national has become the country’s youngest account at the age of 15, reports PTI. Ranvir who is still in school owns an accounting firm through which he serves his customers.
The young accountant claims that he already has ten paying customers and charges between 12 to 15 pounds per hour.
The teenager in 2016 at the age of 12 completed an online accounting course for CPD basic accounting certificate after achieving the requisite 3 levels. He went on to start his first company Digital Accounts the same year in June. His parents are into the real estate business in which his father is a builder and mother estate agent.
Sandhu has also set a target to become a millionaire by the age of 25 and want to help fellow Indian entrepreneurs set up their startup businesses. Sandhu created his own software to keep track of his clients’ accounts and was the winner of the Tech Business of the Year prize at the Ultra Education Kids Business Awards.
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