Hellen L. T. Zhang


Business and the environment in which they operated are changing rapidly. The profession of public accounting as defined solely by the audit and tax function no longer exists. Most good-sized accounting firms are not accounting firms in the traditional sense. Instead they are high-level providers of various financial and management advisory services. Smaller firms have developed new specialties like forensic accounting and business valuations. For example, corporate accountants now function as internal financial advisors to their company's management. Today, accountants perform far more roles with their degree than ever before. The economy, technology, and laws change, generally accepted accounting principles are changed and refined as accountants respond to the changing environment.


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