Certified Public Accountant

A certified public accountant (CPA) is considered the highest level of accounting personnel within the world of business. CPA’s must first pass advanced education and then take a national exam before being issued a license.  Each state governs their certified public accountants via a governmental board.   Only CPA’s can issue financial opinions about a company’s financial status.

Accounting

Accounting

Accounting refers to the business function of recording economic activity.  Accounting includes the processing of information and a reporting role.   The accounting term encompasses a broad range of functions for every business.  It starts out with a system of gathering economic information, categorizing the material, inputting the data into an accounting program, and generating outputs for decision making.

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