Public Interest Accounting

Public Interest Accounting

Accounting services provided free of charge to charities and other nonprofit organizations that cannot afford them. Accountants for the Public Interest are a prominent group providing these services.
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A second institution, which might be called the National Academy for Public Interest Accounting, would focus on the auditing of privately owned companies, and nonprofit and governmental organizations and other entities supported by public funds.
Advances in Public Interest Accounting, 6, 163-176.
Lehman ("Accounting Ethics: Surviving, Survival of the Fittest," Advances in Public Interest Accounting, 1988) concluded that one of the main goals of ethics education should be to encourage students to recognize social responsibilities within their profession.
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