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As I explained in my previous post, accrual accounting is not an exact science. Indeed,¬† a variety of assumptions and accounting estimates is used in arriving at the final earnings figures. In assessing the health of a company, lenders and investors alike almost always look at the quality of its earnings first. However, it is […]

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I am currently going through the final stages of the graduate business school admission process. I intend to enroll in a Master of Accounting program coming this fall. I applied to four different graduate business schools besides the one at my Alma mater: the University of New Orleans. I have already been admitted to two […]

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The Statement of Cash Flows Does Not Lie

Posted March 21, 2010 By Narcisse

From the date I graduated from college in May 2009 until a few weeks ago, I did not have¬† a single opportunity to accomplish any reading as it pertains to academic related accounting materials. I was indeed very tied up with completing the different components of the graduate school application process. Researching Master of Accounting […]

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Integrity is one of the essential pillars of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Code of Professional Conduct. A distinguishing mark of the accounting profession is acceptance of its responsibility to honor the public trust. Lenders, investors, government agencies, and other members of the business community rely on the integrity of Certified Public […]

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