National Public Accountant

National Public Accountant

A periodical of accounting news and commentary published by the National Society of Accountants in the United States.
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According to Leslie Shapiro ["When More May Be Too Much," 40 National Public Accountant 7 (1995)], the financial burden placed upon students for this extra year of education is approximately $36,000.
When I was asked to update my article-Common Problem Areas in Financial Statements--that appeared in the April/May 2002 issue of the National Public Accountant, I paused to consider the many events that had affected the accounting community, and the public, during the past year.
Recent publications have focused on pension accounting and deferred taxes, including articles in the National Public Accountant.
Martin, Donald, "LLC: A Business Form Worth Considering," The National Public Accountant, November 1994, pp.
Schindler has a National Public Accountant degree from Universidad Catolica Argentina and B.
It also will be published in the next edition of the National Public Accountant.
An unattributed article on the UAA in the January/February 1999 issue of the National Public Accountant noted the amount of disparity:
1802-1804; see also Sager, "Disharmony in Florida," 39 National Public Accountant 8 (July 1994); Lantry, "Supreme Court Allows In-Person Solicitations by CPAs," 63 The CPA Journal 72 (Oct.
Share your experience, ideas and tips with your colleagues by contributing to the National Public Accountant.
A 2000 study by Stanny, Anderson, and Nowak ("Contributing Factors in the Selection and Retention of Local Accounting Firms," The National Public Accountant, v.
Whittenburg, Marie Flatley and William Raabe that appeared in the November 1998 issue of the National Public Accountant.
CPA, which appeared in the February/March issue of the National Public Accountant.
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