the art or practice of an accountant.
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How to use accountancy in a sentence
Currently, 42 businesses share the space, chasing their dreams in catering, cosmetology or accountancy.Latino Entrepreneurs Were Among the Hardest Hit by the Pandemic. Now They Could Spur the Economic Recovery | Mariah Espada | October 1, 2021 | Time
Mesmerise is planning a VR conference for a global accountancy firm in September and Hawken says the technology can be used for more regular engagements, such as business meetings, board meetings and one-on-ones.‘An immediate sense of co-presence’: Firms turn to VR as bridge for in-person connections at conferences, events | Jessica Davies | April 5, 2021 | Digiday
But he was clearly gifted academically and secured in 1998 a Saudi-funded scholarship to study accountancy in Pakistan.
And even there, values are often estimated without actual exchange, and the art of accountancy has arisen for that purpose.Social Value | B. M. Anderson
At the end of the first year of general accountancy, special subjects may be pursued parallel with the general course.College Teaching | Paul Klapper
Recently, however, colleges have included in this field of election practical courses in accountancy and Commercial Law.College Teaching | Paul Klapper
When I was studying accountancy, I bought every authoritative publication on the subject.Certain Success | Norval A. Hawkins
Revised with a copy of the originals that is in this royal accountancy, to which we refer.
British Dictionary definitions for accountancy
the profession or business of an accountant
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