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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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The recommended syllabus, however, does not include any reference to introducing the financial accounting rules that apply to income taxes.
According to the Report of the AAA/APLG Ad Hoc Committee to Assess the Supply and Demand for Accounting Ph.
banking system, we want to ensure that financial institutions follow sound accounting policies and practices.
One of the most hotly debated controversies involves the methods to be used in accounting for insurance contracts.
In respect of using IAS for company tax purposes, TEI is pleased to submit the following written comments on the Consultation Document, The application of International Accounting Standards (IAS) in 2005 and the implications for the introduction of a consolidated tax base for companies' EU-wide activities issued in February 2003 ("Consultation Document").
The bank and the company's shareholders sued the accounting firm for accounting malpractice.
The conference will cover many aspects regarding Fair Value Accounting including definitions, key attributes, measures and measurement standard - SFAS 157.
As noted in "Accounting Faculty in Short Supply," page 32, universities expect to produce only about two-thirds of the new PhDs in accounting that business schools hope to hire over the 36 months that began with the 2005-2006 school year.
Smith, Director, Technical Application and Implementation Activities and EITF Chair, Financial Accounting Standards Board
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) estimated in a 2003 study that the gap between the supply and demand of qualified business faculty (including tax and accounting faculty) will exceed 1,100 by 2007, and will more than double, to over 2,400, by 2012; see "Sustaining Scholarship in Business Schools: Report of the Doctoral Faculty Commission to AACSB International's Board of Directors," AACSB International, 2003, p.
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