Reply to Point-Counterpoint: Is the 150-Hour Requirement Really Progress? vs. The Demand for 150-Hours: Let the Market Decide
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Issues in accounting education. - Sarasota, Fla : Assoc, ISSN 0739-3172, ZDB-ID 6260135. - Vol. 11.1996, 2, p. 471-478
FOUR STEPS TO USEFUL PRESENT VALUES - Present value measurement techniques generally are misunderstood by CPAs and suffer some material defects. The FASB should attempt to remedy the problems and avoid creating new ones.
Miller, Paul B.W., (1996)
Features - Will You Adopt Quality Financial Reporting? - Minimum compliance with GAAP is terribly shortsighted. What builds confidence in the analyst and investor communities -- And raises stock prices -- Is full disclosure of corporate finances.
Miller, Paul B.W., (2001)
Bahnson, Paul R., (1996)
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