Chamberlain, Robert, fl. 1678-1679. Accomptants guide or merchants book-keeper
The ownership of a copy of Chamberlain's The Accountants Guide or Merchants Bookkeeper, 1686 is traced through six famous owners from 1700 for almost a century. It is now housed in the Boston Athenaeum.
From the notes I have amassed, some coming directly from two friends, Mademosielle Sarrade and Robert Haulotte, I should like to recall the man who was Luca Pacioli from Borgo San Sepolcro, a Franciscan monk of the second half of the 15th century.
Pacioli, Luca, ca. 1445-1517;Pacioli, Luca, ca. 1445-1517. De computis et scripturis
Recently, the author translated Luca Pacioli's treatise De Computis et Scripturis into Spanish. During the translation, the author faced a series of points contained in the text which are not clear and which present some difficulties of...
Accountants -- Professional ethics -- Standards -- United States
o call this book a revision of John L. Carey's Professional Ethics of Certified Public Accountants, published in 1956, is an understatement requiring some explanation. It is true that the current version, like its predecessor, has three main parts...