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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaccountantac‧coun‧tant /əˈkaʊntənt/ ●●○ noun [countable]  BFBOsomeone whose job is to keep and check financial accounts, calculate taxes etc
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accountantJust as an accountant might use a financial model, the analyst can develop an entity model.They pick on an accountant because an accountant needs a good name and has been partly in control of the funds anyway.He wanted an accountant who was a cheerleader rather than a realist.Doctors and accountants are one thing; husbands on the brink of divorce or even drug barons close to capture are another.Chartered accountants who passed the IoT examination would be entitled to join the Faculty, or the IoT, or both.This will be an especially interesting time for accountants, as Andrew Baird, of specialist software company 4Sight Communications, explains.The changing role of public accountants, management accountants, and internal auditors also will spur job growth.Such accountants may then find that they have shrinking roles and power within the corporation.