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Chapter 1 Accounting Information  Systems and the  Accounting
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Chapter 1-2 Why Study AIS? It answers the question of “where does information come from?” The study of AIS helps you understand major transaction cycles (business processes) develop specialized skills in designing an accounting system design and evaluate internal controls within an IT environment AIS topics are tested on the CPA exam (Business Environment & Concepts section).
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Chapter 1-3 Accounting Information Systems What do the following have in common? (1) a shoebox filled with a lawyer’s expense receipts (2) the monthly payroll spreadsheet in the computer of an auto-repair shop (3) the Peachtree accounting system for a small chain of dry-cleaning stores (4) the ERP (enterprise resource planning) system of a large manufacturer.
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Chapter 1-4 Accounting Information Systems A system is a set of interrelated subsystems that work together to achieve a goal. An accounting information system is a system that
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