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Risks of being a Partner in an Accounting Firm By Homework Help Classof1
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Partners in large accounting firms can make over $250,000 per year, with top partners drawing over $800,000. However, consideration of those incomes should take into account the risks that partners... More > take and the fact that the incomes of partners in small accounting firms are often much lower.< Less
Accountable By Boruch Clinton
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The Torah has lots to say about economic health. "Accountable" contains at least some of that wisdom, along with practical guidance and discussions of some key related Torah principles.... More > "Accountable" (along with my "Working with Torah - a guide to employment") tries to imagine what, in economic terms, the ideal Torah family and community would look like. Understanding and keeping this vision firmly in mind, a Jew can confidently do his share towards living a responsible and secure life.< Less
Forensic Accounting at Breen & Associates Financial Investigations and Risk Management consultancy firm By Amanda Bin
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A financial statement presents only a snapshot of a company's monetary position, subject to misrepresentation and pseudo-disclosure. Breen & Associates' forensic analysis penetrates surface... More > claims, while consistently meeting common evidentiary requirements.< Less
Sources of the firm in a balance sheet By Homework Help Classof1
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The balance sheet consists of assets and liabilities of any firm. The assets are called as the uses of the firm and the liabilities are called as the sources of the firm.
U.K. Parliament Blasts Accounting Firms’ Role in Tax Avoidance | BlogsRediff By Aina Nielsen
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(1 Ratings) Source:... More > accounting code 85230509026, cruse tax planning associates The Public Accounts Committee in the British Parliament has issued a critical report blaming large accounting firms, particularly the Big Four, for contributing to tax avoidance.< Less
The Liabilities of Partners and Minor Partners in Partnership Firms By Homework Help Classof1
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Every partner has some rights in the partnership firm and in the same manner; each partner is liable jointly and severally for all the acts of the firm done by him while he is a partner in a... More > partnership firm.< Less
Cost Accounting Time Period By Homework Help Classof1
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Diversified Industries is a large conglomerate and is continually in the market for new acquisitions. The company has grown rapidly over the last 10 years through buyouts of medium-size companies. ... More > Diversified does not limit itself to companies in any one industry but looks for firms with a sound financial base and the ability to stand on their own financially.< Less
Strict Accountability, Part 1 By Mistress Lorelei
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The job opening at the Firm has everything Heather could want: prestige, great pay, exciting work, wonderful colleagues. But when she discovers that regular spankings are a condition of employment --... More > for everyone from CEO to newest hire -- will she turn tail and run--or bend over and take what's coming to her? This exciting story of corporate discipline is just the beginning of a new series. Keep an eye out for the next episode of Strict Accountability, set at a company where spanking is the secret of success.< Less
Wallace Associates Tax and Accounting Services By Shpejtim Glatz
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Wallace Associates is a tax and accounting firm in Moorestown, New Jersey. Since 1970, we've been helping businesses and individuals take control of their finances while saving time and money.
Joint Stock Companies Accounts with Bankers By Homework Help Classof1
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Modern businesses are generally organized as joint stock companies incorporated as per companies act prevalent in the respective countries. In fact Company's act differs from one country to another... More > in some respects. In fact any business is conducted by an individual, more than two individuals, proprietorship firm, partnership firm and joint stock companies and for many purposes, all business concerns are in a position to maintain their accounts showing the business performance.< Less