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Why Should You Choose Accountancy

* Management Accountant * Financial Analyst * Bookkeeping * Financial Auditor (Internal or External) * Tax Expert * Management Consultant * Payroll and Personal Finance Managers * Forensic Accountant * NBI Agent * Budget Analyst * Treasury Agent * Cost Analyst * Certified Financial Manager * Government Accountant * Enrolled Agent * Estate Planner * Budget Officer * Financial Analyst * Financial Planner * Franchise Tax Board...

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Bookkeeping and Accounting Records

Accountancy, there is a total of thirty three job titles that include: Accountant, Actuary, Assistant Controller, Auditor, Budget Analyst, Business Teacher, CIA Agent, Claims adjuster, Commercial Banker, Consumer Credit Officer, Estate Planner, FBI Agent, Financial Aid Director, Internal Auditor, IRS Investigator, Loan/Loan Administrator, etc (School of Accountancy pg. 1). There are three major fields of employment: public, private and government accounting. The following accountant jobs are split between those...

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Accounting Career

efficiently, taxes are paid properly and on time and public records are kept accurately. They analyze financial information for all different types of companies, individual clients, and Federal, State, and local governments. Beyond doing the basic tasks; providing information to clients by preparing , analyzing, and verifying financial documents; some accountants offer budget analysis, financial and investment planning, information technology consulting, and limited legal services. There are four...

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Audit Study Guide

to external financial statement audits. 1. What is the purpose of a financial statement audit? a. To confirm the accuracy of management’s financial statements. b. To provide assurance that the audited entity is financially sound. c. To express an opinion on the fairness of the financial statements. d. To provide assurance that fraudulent activities have not occurred. 2. Information risk arises from which of the following situations? a. Adverse selection threats. b. Audit risk, inherent...

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Nonconformity, Corrective Action and Preventive Action

preventive actions taken. The nonconformity requirement of ISO 14001:1996 was a passive requirement in that it was only triggered when a nonconformity came to the attention of the organization through one of the other EMS procedures, such as the EMS audit or management review. ISO 14001:2004, however, requires that the organization establish and maintain procedures to identify actual or potential nonconformities, determine their causes, take action to avoid recurrence or occurrence, record results,...

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The Chartered Accountant

May & Nov CPT Financial Accounting (60 marks) Law (40 marks) Economics (50 marks) Maths (50 marks) IPCC GROUP 1: Paper 1: Accounting(100 marks) Paper 2: Business Laws,Ethics and Communication (100 marks) Part I:Business Laws(60 marks) Business Laws (30 marks Company Law(30 marks) Part II: Ethics (20 marks) Part III: Communication (20 marks) Paper 3: Cost Accounting and Financial Management (100 marks) ...

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The External Assessment

| | | |THE EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT | | |7 |The nature of an external audit | | |8 |Political, social, economic and technological forces | | ...

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Corporate Governance

theoretical risk, and by installing the best cost-efficient practices within the organization. Resources must be concentrated in areas that have the greatest potential benefit, such as improving the corporate culture and establishing an effective internal audit function. Creating an ethical, law-abiding culture provides the greatest benefit for the organization compared to the relatively minimal cost of establishing such a culture. The benefits of good corporate governance, by avoiding governmental investigations...

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Purpose of the Aicpa Code of Professional Conduct

investors, the business and financial community, and others who rely on the objectivity and integrity of CPAs to maintain the orderly functioning of commerce.” (Steven M. Mintz DBA, CPA, Roselyn E. Morris PhD, CPA. Ethical Obligations and Decision Making in Accounting, © 2011 McGraw-Hill Company) I think that when an auditor has to keep the public interest informed, they touch on the principle of Scope and Nature of Services. In order to give the most complete explanation of financial events, an auditor has...

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A Brief History of PFSB & Co.

& Company, CPAs is a team of competent professional with passion, integrity and fairness to the great satisfaction of our stake holders, shareholders and business partners. Description Vision PFSB & Company, CPA is the epitome of excellence in audit and assurance, tax services, consultancy and accounting and related services. BRIEF HISTORY Formed A.D.Pascual & associates, CPAs, the principal himself, Alexander D. Pascual, a Certified Public Accountant, duly registered with Professional Regulation...

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