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  • 1. Accountant
    By
    JZ
  • 2. What skills you need.
    As an accountant, you must like and be comfortable around numbers.
    The basic point of the job will be numbers.
    You need computer skills because most of the work will be done on a computer.
    Math skills are useful and goes back to the top.
    Communication is very important, otherwise they wouldn’t understand what you’re saying.
  • 3. What qualifications you need.
    A bachelors degree, 24 semester units in accounting-related subjects, 24 semester units in business-related subjects.
    1 1 2
  • 4. How long it is to train.
    A bachelors degree, 24 semester units in accounting-related subjects, 24 semester units in business-related subjects.
    It takes 14 hours passing the uniform CPA (certified public accountant) exam,two years of general accounting experience supervised by a CPA itself with an active license and passing a ethics course, 3-4 weeks.
  • 5. How many types there are.
    There are many types of accountants such as Private or Industrial, Public, Governmental, Fiduciary and National Income.
  • 6. How it contributes to society.
    They contribute to society by helping people, managing their money, and taking care of their taxes yearly.
  • 7. References
    http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1618357/skills_and_qualifications_needed_to.html
    http://www.calcpa.org/content/licensure/requirements.aspx
    http://www.mncpa.org/cpa-exam/exam-facts/ethics-exam.aspx
    http://www.cscpa.org/Content/22234.aspx
    http://ezinearticles.com/?The-Types-Of-Accounting&id=385213
    The End
    Have a good day!