Financial statements -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain;Accountants -- Professional ethics -- Great Britain
Ethics is understood as the worthiness of the rights and needs for accounting information of contending groups in society. Company law is viewed as a means by which users of financial statements rights and needs have been redressed, and which users...
Cost Accounting -- History;Hamilton, Robert, 1743-1829. Introduction to Merchandise
Almost contemporaneously with The Wealth of Nations, a treatise on bookkeeping and accounts was published which shows a lucid awareness of several cost issues, especially of the futility of attempting to allocate common or joint cost. This book is...
Accountants -- Professional ethics -- Standards -- United States
Table of contents are: Code of Professional Ethics; Numbered Opinions of the Committee on Professional Ethics; Objectives of the Institute; A Description of hte Professional Practice of Certified Public Accountants; By-laws; Dues Schedule.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants -- By-laws;Accountants -- Professional ethics -- Standards -- United States
This booklet contains the Institute's by-laws as amended March 4, 1965, code of professional ethics as amended March 4, 1965, numbered opinions of the Committee on Professional Ethics nos. 1-15, and Objectives of the Institute adopted by Council.
American Institute of Accountants -- By-laws;Accountants -- Professional ethics -- Standards -- United States
This booklet contains the By-laws of the American Institute of Accountants as amended December 27, 1960, and the Rules of Professional Conduct as revised December 27, 1960, objectives of the Institute adopted by Council and numbered opinions 1-10.