Assumptions, Concepts, and Principles of Accounting

Posted August 25, 2013 By Narcisse

Accounting, like most any other field of study, is anchored in a set of broad assumptions, concepts, and principles from which all rules are derived. It is almost impossible to develop an expertise in accounting without being cognizant of those fundamental precepts. Once you comprehend the essence of that set of broad accounting assumptions, concepts, […]

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TheStudentCPA.Com Regains its Voice

Posted August 10, 2013 By Narcisse

I  am very excited to be back blogging again. It has been a little over two years since I last penned a blog post. A lot of things have happened since then. For one thing, I managed to earn the CPA credential. Don’t I deserve a round of applause for this achievement? Additionally, the popularity […]

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Where in the World Can an Accountant Go?

Posted March 4, 2013 By Nichole Knupp

This is a sponsored blog post by Nichole Knupp, an Independent Internet Marketer. The views presented herein are hers solely and do not represent those of Narcisse Dansou, the author and editor of the TheStudentCPA.com. Accountancy was once considered the most down-to-earth profession in the world. Today, bean counters and pencil pushers are soaring with […]

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Most people interested in a career in public accounting have heard about the Big 4 firms, the National firms, and the Super Regional firms. In the public accounting industry and in most other industries,  the notoriety of a company is more often than not a function  of its size. Therefore, the largest accounting firms tend […]

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