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ACCTAccount
ACCTAccounting
ACCTAccountant
ACCTAssociation of Community College Trustees
ACCTAssociation for Challenge Course Technology
ACCTAgence de Cooperation Culturelle et Technique (French: Agency for the French-Speaking Community)
ACCTAssessment, Care in Custody and Teamwork (UK)
ACCTAcademy of Canadian Cinema and Television
ACCTAgency Council on Coordinated Transportation
ACCTAlliance for Community Choice in Transportation
ACCTAlgebraic and Combinatorial Coding Theory (International Workshop)
ACCTAlliance for Commercialization of Canadian Technology
ACCTArea Consultative Committee Tasmania
ACCTAtlanta Center for Cognitive Therapy
ACCTAdaptive Computer Control Technologies
ACCTAmsterdams Centrum voor Cosmetische Tandheelkunde (Dutch)
ACCTAmerican Center for Children's Television
ACCTAlliance Canadienne pour la Commercialisation des Technologies (French)
ACCTAdults Connecting with Children and Teens (Washington)
ACCTAgency Coalition for Caribbean Tourism
ACCTApplication of Common Characteristics and Testability
ACCTAcute and Critical Care Team
ACCTAdvanced Customized Characterization Technologies
ACCTAgency for Cultural & Technical Cooperation
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Therefore, reasoned the court, "the presence of the accountant is necessary, or at least highly useful, for the effective consultation between the client and the lawyer.
If the accountant is a member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the state CPA society, and/or the National Association of Black Accountants, you may be able to obtain references.
A neutral accountant performs the same duties in a divorce case that two separate CPAs would: gathering documents and making inquiries of the divorcing husband and wife to determine their income and expenses.
There was much speculation about whether the next chief accountant would be someone with public accounting experience or an individual from the preparer community.
INDEMNIFICATION: ACCOUNTANT shall hold harmless, defend and indemnify DISTRICT, its agents, officers and employees from and against any liability, claims, actions, costs, damages or losses of any kind, including death or injury to any person and/or damage to property, including DISTRICT property, arising from, or in connection with, the performance by ACCOUNTANT or its agents, officers and employees under this Agreement.
On the other hand, Kovel recognizes that if a lawyer or the client retains an accountant because the client needs accounting or tax return preparation services, neither the accounting work nor any communications between the accountant and the lawyer or between the accountant and the taxpayer are subject to the attorney client privilege.
This increased knowledge needed to work as an accountant in real estate has also changed the college degree requirements of potential accountants.
You don't have to be best buddies, but if your accountant makes you feel uncomfortable or ignorant, you won't feel free to ask those important questions.
John Crompton of Caldwell Crompton chartered accountants says that communication is the key to building a good relationship with your accountant.
Look for an accountant with many other medical practice clients -- one who understands a physician office's unique needs.
Since Ultramares, four lines of authority have been developed with respect to whether an accountant can be sued for negligence by third parties that are not in privity with the accountant.
You cannot rely 100% on your bookkeeper, your accountant, your attorney, your software program, or the Internal Revenue Service.
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