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    are the heart of handling money. There are accountants that help their clients through many different aspects of finances. There are different departments in accounting such as managerial accountant, or tax account, and even government accountant. “Accountants and auditors perform overviews of the financial operations of a business in order to help it run efficiently” ("Accounting is About More than Crunching Numbers: Learn What Other Duties an Accountant Holds"). Accounting isn’t something…

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    Accounting Career

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    done without even realizing it. This field may sounds boring due to accountant constantly and repeatedly recording numbers, but this career made a major impact to the world. Back when business started, merchants…

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    A Career In Accounting

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    financial accounts and can be traced back thousands of years. Accountants specialize in the accounting process and are needed in most industries. There are very few professions that play a more important role in business than accountants. Accounting can be broken down in subfields or different jobs and are regulated by many organizations. Both standards and ethics play an important role in protecting the best interest of a client. Accountants are indispensable in many industries retail,…

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    Article #4 Abstract. The article reviewed was Revised AICPA Code of Professional Conduct. The key of the abstract is to demonstrate the improvements in AICPA Code of Professional Conduct that provides details on ethics for public accounting firms and business entities (p. 62). Introduction. The author studies sections of the revised code that provides an assistance on ethical rulings and violations of the conduct to interested groups. The main objective of the research is to describe processes…

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    Financial Accounting Essay

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    for many years it wasn’t until around 1880 that accounting higher education started in the U.S. In 1887 The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) was formed, but it wasn’t until 1896 that the CPA certification was established. New York was the first state to approve the title of Certified Public Accountant, requiring accountants to pass an examination in order to become certified. The first female to obtain the CPA certification in the U.S.…

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    profession as an accountant will lead to a middle-class life and an occupation with potentially many benefits but unfortunately there is a possibility of facing gender inequality. My specific career path will require at least a bachelor’s degree in accounting which should only require four years of higher education. Once I receive this degree, I can work as an accountant and be paid a decent salary for moderate living and I have the opportunity to pursue certification as a Public Accountant. It…

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    essay will discuss to an extent whether the impact of job satisfaction and motivation relate to a happy accountant. Job satisfaction could be defined as “the degree to which employees has a positive orientation towards employment by the organisation” Prince & Mueller (1986) cited by Brierley (1999, p. 63). Distinctively this essay will analyse whether a well-paid accountant is a happy accountant. Furthermore this essay will examine the influence of gender role and whether well-being has a…

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    planning and preparation activity, assess processes and controls and perform quality assurance activities. Although she is not an expert in every subfield of Accounting, the knowledge that she acquired through networking and cooperating with other accountants and managers of E&Y made her a very reliable source of information for me to learn more about my intended career…

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    Forensic Accountants are accountants who conduct investigations, know how to use various computer programs and communicate well with others. Some forensic accountants specialize in specific industries that are susceptible to fraud. Insurance and banking industries are considered a higher risk for fraud. These accountants learn their business practices of these fields in order to understand what is happening and be able to stop the fraud. They need to be discrete when they are conducting…

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    for this field and the chances you will actual get a job are really high in either public or private accounting firms. People say having an accounting degree can have 360 different jobs opportunities. You can work anywhere because everyone need an accountant from firms like public and private, to working at business, for the Government, or even by yourself the options are unlimited. If you do want to work for an accounting firm they would be public and private firms. A public firm does auditing,…

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