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Synonyms for accountancy

the occupation of maintaining and auditing records and preparing financial reports for a business

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Specifically, the GAO provides temporary exemptions for the areas of Independence (management, accounting and bookkeeping services), Peer Review, Continuing Professional Education, and Lost of Destroyed Records and Documentation.
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The company offers a wide range of accounting and bookkeeping services which cater to both large corporates as well as small and medium scale business houses.
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