"Accounting Ethics" uses real-life examples, including the
Enron/Arthur Andersen debacle, to examine the ethical
responsibilities of individual accountants as well as accounting
The book begins by investigating the nature and purpose of
accounting and follows with a brief study of the nature and use of
ethical principles in determining accountants' responsibilities.
Because accounting is governed by a code of ethics, it examines the
ethical imperatives that bind professionals and the specific
principles and rules that various accounting codes dictate. Next,
the book explores the major types of practices in which accountants
engage - auditing, managerial accounting, and tax accounting - and
the responsibilities associated with those practices.
The book concludes with an investigation into the ethical
responsibilities of accounting firms, and the pressures that
militate against the fulfilling of those responsibilities.
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