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Accounting Firm

A company that specializes in accounting services for clients. That is, an accounting firm may handle a client's payroll, accounts receivable and accounts payable, taxes, and/or any number of other services. Many accounting firms also offer auditing or advisory services. See also: Big 4.
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In this paper, our aim is to explore the perceptions of owner-managers of small and medium sized accounting firms in regional and metropolitan Australia, to identify if there are differences across location.
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We take on more than a role of being their accounting firm," said Frank Petitto, CPA and RSSM partner.
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