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Accounting Department

The staff members of a company or office who deal with accounting. In small companies, an accounting department may consist of one or two people who handle all accounting affairs. Larger companies, however, may have multiple accounting sub-departments; for example, one may deal with taxes, while another one deals with accounts receivable, and so forth.
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