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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaccountancyac‧coun‧tan‧cy /əˈkaʊntənsi/ noun [uncountable] British English  the profession or work of keeping or checking financial accounts, calculating taxes etc
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accountancyTheir purpose is to examine different aspects of the relationship between law and accountancy.Thursdays are for more general appointments and those in banking, accountancy, engineering and management.This user friendly package is designed to meet the needs of all sized chartered accountancy practices.Applicants must be qualified and experienced in accountancy and office administration.Clear definitions covering fields of accountancy, marketing, production and business administration.Foster's office bookcase contains about equal numbers of books on chemistry and on accountancy.To commemorate the move, the accountancy firm, Peat Marwick, has produced a booklet of budget trivia.
From Longman Business Dictionaryaccountancyac‧coun‧tan‧cy /əˈkaʊntənsi/ noun [uncountable] especially British EnglishACCOUNTINGJOB the profession or work done by accountants in keeping the financial records of organizations and in giving advice to clients on tax and other financial matters SYN ACCOUNTINGShe did a one-year accountancy course.the accountancy profession
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