My name is Brad Yochum and I am the founder of QBcure, LLC. I wanted to create a niche business focused solely on QuickBooks. I realized that most small to medium size businesses utilized QuickBooks, so given my background and expertise it only made sense to create a company focused around those needs.

Brad Yochum owner of QBcure

I have an undergraduate business degree from California State University,
Fullerton with an emphasis in Finance and an MBA in Accounting from Baker College, Michigan.
I am certified in all areas of QuickBooks.

California State University Fullerton
Baker College Center for Graduate Studies

By focusing on selective clients, QBcure, LLC wanted simply to be the best in the accounting industry while adapting to current technology trends and advancements.
As we grow and evolve we want our clients to grow with us.


I was fortunate enough in 2015 to be part a mission’s trip to Leon, Nicaragua to review a charity helping poor and abandoned Nicaraguan youth to become healthy and self-sufficient by providing a pathway out of extreme poverty. The company I was working with was considering donating a large contribution to this charity but wanted to have people verify that they were in fact making a difference in the youth’s lives.

The founder, Veronica Sanchez of the non-profit Nicaragua Children’s Friendship Committee (ncfckids.org) was our personal guide in Nicaragua. We were able to spend quality time with the youth, meet with local officials and have home visits to show family conditions. Veronica being born in Nicaragua and now residing in San Francisco, has a passion and genuine care for the well-being of these kids that is quickly apparent. She is not only making a difference in the kid’s lives but that she is also a surrogate mother, role-model, mentor, drill sergeant and protector of these kids.

This trip which I hope to make again very soon had a lasting impression on me, realizing that we are all one nation, helping each other and we can all in our own small or large way make a difference in someone’s life.

For more information visit www.ncfckids.org