Accounting is a service activity designed to accumulate, measure, and communicate financial information about economic entities for decision-making purposes.

-see also:
"Accounting" is in the NAICS Code "541219"
(Other Accounting ServicesPublic accountants' (except CPAs) private practices)

"Accounting" is in the CPC Code "8221"
Accounting and financial auditing services

"Accounting" is in the HS Code "8470"
Calculating Machines, Accounting Machines, Cash Registers, Postagefranking Machines, Ticket-Issuing

"Accounting" is in the UNSPSC Code "14111808"
Accounting forms or accounting books

- 31432/2006-05-15

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
IAS (International Accounting Standards)
International Accounting Standards

A list of books about the topic Accounting

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