One who is skilled in, keeps, or adjusts, accounts; an officer in a public office, who has charge of the accounts.
A person professionally qualified to prepare a set of business accounts for you. He or she may also prepare a Tax Return for you.
A certified or chartered accountant.
A person whose job it is to prepare accounts and give you tax advice. They can also liaise with the Inland Revenue on your behalf.
Somebody who is responsible for maintaining and checking the financial (money) records of an individual or company.
someone who maintains and audits business accounts
a heavy financial burden for a small business, so David fills that role at Classical Coins as well as that of webmaster
a person who inspects the way a business handles its money
a person who keeps and checks financial records
a person who keeps track of financial records for another person, business, or organisation
a person who manages financial issues, including the preparation of financial plans and budgets, as well as the management of accounts and staff welfare
a person who records how much money has been spent and will be spent, including working out how much tax a person, organization or business must pay to a government of a city, province, state or country
a person who takes care of the financial aspects of a company
a professional who is trained in the classification, analysis and interpretation of financial records prepared by a bookkeeper
a professional who keeps track of the financial records of a business or an individual
a very expensive commodity that many new businesses can afford full-time
A person who carries out bookkeeping, auditing, and other financial reporting and analysis. This is a generic term referring to a wide range of skills from semi-clerical to highly trained professional work.
A person who has the education and experience to evaluate the significance of information derived from a company's financial records, interpret its impact on operations, and participate in higher management decisions that are made as a result.
A person who is skilled at keeping business financial records. Usually, the name "accountant" refers to a highly trained professional rather than one who keeps books of account.
one whose work is keeping or examining accounts or business records.
Person who specializes in keeping, inspecting and adjusting financial records.
person who keeps and checks an organization's or an individual's financial records.
Financial professional in charge of keeping track of the financial performance and condition of a company. The accountant can be internal or act as an external consultant.
a person who trained to prepare and maintain financial records.
Someone formally qualified (usually by taking exams set by a recognised accounting body) to give financial advice.
Person skilled in the recording and reporting of financial transactions. (See Certified Public Accountant.)
Someone who prepares and audits the accounts for an individual or company.
One who is skilled at keeping business records. Usually, a highly trained professional rather than one who keeps books. An accountant can set up the books needed for a business to operate and help the owner understand them.
Records, reports, and analyzes financial transactions, and maintains budgets and expenses.
One that keeps, audits, and inspects the financial records of individuals or business concerns and prepares financial and tax reports.
Financial advisor and consultant. Usually paid by the hour. Loves people with shoeboxes for files but appreciates Sales Associates with good records. See Set of Books.
One who records and/or examines the finances of individuals or businesses.
A person who records and examines the finances of individuals or businesses.
A person who performs bookkeeping, prepares tax returns, records business transactions for individuals, and prepares financial statements for companies.
A professional person who develops and maintains the accounting systems, interprets the data and prepares reports; supervises the work of accounting employees and participates in management decisions.
Although all CPAs have a background in accounting, not all accountants are CPAs. CPAs are licensed to practice accountancy under state law. Only licensed accountants can perform attest services such as an audit of financial statements. The SEC also requires tha the signatory of the independent auditors report in an SEC Filing be "dually registered" with the appropriate state licensing authority.
Accountant, or Qualified Accountant, or Professional Accountant, or Accountancy Practitioner, is a legally certified accountancy and financial expert. Accountants originally worked only in public practice, selling advice and services to other individuals and businesses, but today, in addition, many work within private corporations, the financial industry and various government bodies.