accounting firm


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Noun1.accounting firm - a firm of accountants who provide accounting and auditing services for a feeaccounting firm - a firm of accountants who provide accounting and auditing services for a fee
business firm, firm, house - the members of a business organization that owns or operates one or more establishments; "he worked for a brokerage house"
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Respondent #12 a female principal working in a small sized regional accounting firm appreciated the type of flexibility in smaller firms and associated 'job satisfaction' and 'work, career and family balance'.
com, a Chicagoland accounting firm, is pleased to announce that the firm was recently named as one of the 2012 Best Accounting Firms to Work for.
Although audit fees rose significantly in recent years, market participants attributed these increases to expanding accounting and auditing requirements and higher costs for accounting firm personnel.
It's common for accounting firm alliances to use a shared trade name; otherwise, the marketing synergies--one of the key reasons to form an alliance--would be diminished.
As such, they contain many conditions and caveats that are not necessarily appropriate with respect to the professional services the accounting firm provides.
The Fuoco Group LLP, a full-service certified public accounting firm, expanded its Long Island operations by relocating its Hauppauge, NY, office to a more visible, Class-A building in a sublease transaction arranged by the commercial real estate services firm Sutton & Edwards Inc.
Proposed Rule 3522(a) and (b) would treat a registered public accounting firm as not independent from an audit client if the firm provides services related to planning or opining on the tax consequences of a listed or confidential transaction under Treasury regulations.
accounting firms subject to Sarbanes-Oxley and the PCAOB had to be registered "to the same extent as a public accounting firm that is organized and operates under the laws of the United States.
Even though employees may not initially view a non-competition agreement as a key issue in deciding which public accounting firm to work for, a non-competition agreement can significantly affect the options available to employees if/when they decide to leave that firm.
Section 103 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act directs the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board to adopt an auditing standard that requires each registered public accounting firm to retain for a period of not less than seven years audit workpapers and other information that support the conclusions in the auditor's report.
You wouldn't think this kind of behavior existed at a Big Five accounting firm,'' he said.
The proposed rule had a definition of an accounting firm "affiliate" that would have prohibited virtually any business association or relationship, including interfirm networks.