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320 Jill DRR2 - wrong A good financial manager always has...

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Jill, Hitting the numbers is a normal act many corporate businesses do today. And you are absolutely right that don’t make it right. You would think that the CEO would improve it business by setting goals and meeting them, but if that was the case a lot of corporations would be out of business. Financial managers fix reports to show CEO’s what they want to see in fear of losing their jobs. It can be challenging for some to keep their moral ethics. Financial managers can be put in situations where their moral ethics are tested. Hitting the numbers is where a particular view of moral ethics is determined right or
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Unformatted text preview: wrong. A good financial manager always has the corporation’s best interest at heart. But sometimes a business might not succeed on ethics or moral manor. As Christians, God has given us His Spirit, and through Him we have an understanding of what is right and wrong. Through Him we are convicted, encouraged, and guided to righteousness. If your earnest desire is to know the truth of a matter, seek God, and He will answer. that all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose” Romans 8:28...
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