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Accounting Ethics document describes the public perception of child protection in today's society, pitfalls they may encounter, methods to prevent some of these negative behaviors and the consequences they may face if they fall short. Most "Who do you trust?" range surveys politicians, lawyers and used car dealers in certified public accountants and down on the top. This is due to the CPA profession has a squeaky clean image - anal retentive little weak who wear glasses thick and can not get an appointment. Protection of children are known and respected for his honesty. The profession that is out of their way to project that image, and a certain amount of truth in it. Not all accountants are anal-retentive little wimps who can not get an appointment. Many of them are quite eloquent. Some are quite nice, in some schools, more than half of the largest accounting are women. Moreover, not all CPAs are absolutely clean and respected for his honesty. Some are very dishonest and are putting a black dot in the image of the entire profession. There is an area in which the CPA profession has fallen short of protecting the public interest. The general requirement that the accountants owe to their clients and others who are affected by their actions is "the exercise of skill and care ordinarily prudent accountant" in the same circumstances. Two elements are the general duty of performance: skill and care. Another of the elements and the responsibility should be to customers and others, is that accountants should observe a standard of ethics or social responsibility. A set of difficulties relates to the ability of the ethics of education to inculcate the values chosen and to make them stick after the educational process is complete. Instruction in accounting ethics is aimed at people whose character, or lack of it has largely been shaped by the time of the instruction occurs. Despite this awareness should increase the morale of those already
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course BUSINESS/A ACC 546 Au taught by Professor Dh during the Winter '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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