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    The purpose of accounting is to identify, record and provide financial information concerning a business. An effective accounting system is one of the most crucial aspects of having a successful business. No matter what type of business it is or how large or small it may be, accounting will play an important role in its overall success. Even though accounting systems can be traced back for thousands of years and have developed in many different ways over time, todays businesses primarily use…

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    AICPA Professional Ethics

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    According to the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct Section 53 – Article II: The Public Interest, “Those who rely on certified public accountants expect them to discharge their responsibilities with integrity, objectivity, due professional care, and a genuine interest in serving the public” (CP pg. 7). Young & Brobeck, LLP did not uphold these principles and did not comply with GAAP thus, resulting in a breach of their duty of care (CP pg. 2). The auditor's unqualified opinion included an…

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    At first, I was unsure what Lakeshore Technical College had to offer. While looking over the many programs that are offered, the accounting program intrigued me the most. The program outcomes are: processing financial transactions throughout the accounting cycle, analyze financial and business information, perform payroll tasks, learn to handle accounting costs and its implications, perform business and private tax preparation, and identify internal controls to reduce risk. Finally, more than…

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    Accounting Major Essay

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    One of my greatest influences for pursuing an accounting major was the wide variety of career opportunities it could provide in the future. During my first two years of undergraduate studies I had absolutely no idea where I would fit in the business world or if I actually wanted to work in business in general. My accounting degree gave me the ability to pursue a degree that would be useful no matter where my potential career path would lead. Even if I did not want to obtain my CPA license, I…

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    PwC (Price Waterhouse Coopers) was created originally as an accounting firm. They have since become a company that is worldwide. They focus on accounting for organizations, one being the Oscars. PwC is a company that is known worldwide for taking on new business and creating ideas and products to help each of their clients succeed. PwC has an exceptionally high standard that is expected to be seen throughout their entire company through their projects. Without having solid internal…

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    Having recently come across your job posting on the Careerzone Job Board for an Income Tax Clinic Volunteer (Job ID: 46437), I am submitting my resume in consideration for the position you are offering. Currently, I am a first year student in the Honours Bachelors of Accounting Co-op program at Brock University who has exemplified strong oral and written communication skills and a basic understanding of income tax, which has led me to believe that I am a qualified candidate that can successfully…

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    up I want to be an Accountant. To do that it will take a lot of work,but if I put my mind to something I can accomplish anything in this world I want to do. First I need to choose the right college then start an internship to get a good look of what I’ll be doing. It is also very important to understand the educational or training requirements, skills or talents needed, salary and benefits offered, and the duties for a particular career making this decision. Being an accountant takes a lot of…

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    The casual claim of Peter Bakker’s article Accountants Will Save the World is that accountants should change the accounting rules, and then lead the companies pay more attention on social benefit. There are some merits in this article. First of all, Bakker provides an example about it’s hard to tell the shareholders what they are benefited from helping WFP, because it’s the gain of social capital, not financial capital (Bakker, 2013). Thus, he thinks telling people how a company makes money by…

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    Employment Outlook The employment outlook for accountants and auditors is expected “to grow 11 percent from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations” (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor). This could be a good indicator that the economy is growing and businesses are looking at future growth and preparing for it. The outlook locally in the state of Idaho on the Idaho.gov website shows there are 83 job postings for accountants and auditors with bachelor’s degrees…

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    About Private Detective Chelmsford in Essex "Private Detective Chelmsford is an autonomous private analyst organization situated in Essex in the UK." "Private Detective Chelmsford covers most sorts’ examinations in both the Private and Corporate segment." "In the private segment Private Detective Chelmsford, following missing people, criminal safeguard and business succeeding while in the corporate division record verifications plus reviewing, follow indebted individuals, observation,…

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