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The Journal of the Global Accounting Alliance

22/10/2015
by GAA Accounting
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An argument for outsourcing

By Fiona Crawford What are the real benefits, and risks, of sending more and more roles to third-party providers? That businesses think outsourcing can and does work is evidenced by a worldwide trend that has seen it move beyond the … Continue reading

13/08/2015
by GAA Accounting
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Still made in China

by George W. Russell The Chinese government has unveiled an ambitious plan to upgrade the country’s manufacturing sector to industrialized-nation standards and see off competition from other Asia-Pacific locations. George W. Russell reports on how CPAs can help keep a … Continue reading

09/10/2014
by GAA Accounting
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Is Gross Domestic Product a Fair Comparison?

New publication explores how global demands have changed the way we think and measure national progress, and what the results really mean. The Australian Bureau of Statistics Measures of Australia’s Progress project looked into what was important for Australians in … Continue reading

20/02/2014
by GAA Accounting
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Financial News and Advice from CPA Canada

By Tamar Satov China’s wealthiest getting richer the number of billionaires in China has tripled in the past five years, according to the Hurun Report’s China Rich List 2013. It counts 315 billionaires — including real estate tycoon Wang Jianlin (above) with … Continue reading

12/02/2014
by GAA Accounting
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Cutting the Clutter: Streamlined operations reports engage key stakeholders

See the benefits one company found in moving the most important financial information to the first few pages of monthly operations reports. BY NEIL AMATO Carol Kenner, CPA, CGMA, knew her company’s financial statements backward and forward. Every number on … Continue reading