Certified public accountant

Звание и лицензия, дающие право на ведение аудиторских услуг, присваиваемые тем, кто получил образование в этой области, имеет требуемый опыт и сдал государственный экзамен специальной комиссии штата (в США). В отличие от дипломированного бухгалтера-аналитика, аудитор имеет независимую частную практику.

См. тж.: Auditing; Public accountant

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Долан Э. Дж., Домненко Б.И.

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Certified public accountant:

Книжный магазин
Большой выбор книг в интернет-магазине
Бюджетирование
Ресурсное и финансовое планирование при составлении бюджета предприятия
План производства
Оптимизация многовариантного производства при ресурсных ограничениях
Себестоимость
Калькулирование плановой и фактической себестоимостей продукции и услуг
Финансовый анализ
Анализ бухгалтеской отчетности в MS Excel в документы MS Word
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