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Career in Business Accounting Technology

25th January 2011
A Bachelor of Science in business accounting technology prepares the graduate for a career as an accountant, bookkeeper, accounts receivable or payable supervisor or a billing or financial professional. The course allows students to combine their business... Read >
Author: Ari

Small Scale Businesses and Bookkeeping

24th March 2010
Bookkeeping is an important function of a business, be it big or very small. Good bookkeeping practices are a must to maintain an accurate set of accounting books. This, in turn is necessary for one to help him take vital business decisions such as raisin... Read >
Author: vish

The Importance of Accounting Principles

12th January 2010
Accounting principles are the basic assumptions, rules of operation, and essential characteristics that make up the framework for the construction of accounting financial statements. Long ago, I was perplexed to discover that there was no "set" of account... Read >
Author: Pete Castaneda

Meaning of Accounting

12th July 2009
Have found evidence that Accounting occurred more than 4,000 years of age were prepared manifest account wage costs and taxation. The interests of the Chinese gambling โส wife. Christophe Lavigne before the 14th century Italian merchants devel... Read >
Author: Khunpat

Importance of Accounting Records and Companys Accounts For Business

15th April 2009
The main importance of accounting records lies in the fact that it holds true for all uneven situations and keeping a proper note of financial transactions can prove useful for you in times of problematic conditions. So whether business is big or small ac... Read >
Author: Terry Cartwright

MEASUREMENTS AND INCENTIVES THAT SUPPORT INNOVATION

23rd March 2006
MEASUREMENTS AND INCENTIVES THAT SUPPORT INNOVATION ABSTRACT This paper focuses on the practical elements and tools that will make innovation work. If we want to encourage behaviour, in general, we must communicate our expectations very explicitly to ... Read >
Author: Ezra Bar
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