accountant

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He wants to see a battle," said Zherkov to Bolkonski, pointing to the accountant, "but he feels a pain in the pit of his stomach already.
said the accountant with a beaming but rather cunning smile, as if flattered at being made the subject of Zherkov's joke, and purposely trying to appear stupider than he really was.
The accountant stopped, facing the Cossack, and examined him with attentive curiosity.
The Accountant had brought out already a box of dominoes, and was toying architecturally with the bones.
The direc- tor had been a CONWAY boy, the accountant had served four years at sea, the lawyer--a fine crusted Tory, High Churchman, the best of old fellows, the soul of honor-- had been chief officer in the P.
Accountants may encounter issues regarding the privilege of client confidentiality in three general contexts.
Dueling accountants usually present two different sets of numbers, creating a range within which the parties are likely to settle.
In light of the existing case law, a corporation seeking to maximize claims of attorney-client privilege, should, when seeking advice from its outside tax counsel or accountants, pose its request in terms that are not directly tied to the preparation of its return.
Accountants are now asked to walk these clients through every aspect of the business, from leasing to buying and selling to financing.
6 /PRNewswire/ -- AccountantsWorld, the community of over 90,000 independent accountants, is offering targeted assistance to all accountants who have been displaced by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
As the work environment has become more complex, demand will continue to grow for accountants with certain areas of expertise and specific certifications.
A commitment to maintaining professional competence through lifelong learning is critical for accountants to meet the needs of a competitive worldwide economy and carry out their public-interest responsibilities.
The federal bank and thrift regulatory agencies on August 8, 2003, issued final rules governing their authority to take disciplinary actions against independent public accountants and accounting firms that perform audit and attestation services required by section 36 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
A qualified accountant has to undertake at least three years training with a firm authorised by the Institute of Chartered Accountants and has to pass stringent exams on financial management, auditing, business strategy, taxation and IT.
Without adequate experience, training and supervision, accountants can make critical mistakes that result in serious consequences for their firms and their carriers.