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An update metapost on accounting references on this blog

In March 2007, I collected references here to accounting concepts and concerns. Since then the more recent additions number 10 (See my post of Sept. 5, 2007: compensation over $1 million; Dec. 3, 2007: cash basis and reserves and P&L; Aug. 12, 2008: options expensed; Nov. 9, 2008: deal costs must be expensed, not capitalized; Dec. 31, 2008: proposed FASB rule on disclosure of reserves for individual litigations; Feb. 25, 2009: capitalized patent costs; March 11, 2009: GC fired for accounting irregularities; March 1, 2010: two accounting systems used by insurance firms; Oct. 7, 2010: accounting qualms about AFAs; and Nov. 1, 2010: full charge backs of legal costs.).

Given the centrality of business knowledge to inside attorneys, the other metaposts on accounting deserve to be repeated as well as a collection of posts on the finance department (See my post of March 18, 2007: accounting terms with 15 references; and June 18, 2009: interplay of finance/accounting and legal with 19 references and 2 metaposts.).

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  1. webmaster says:

    As we all know that management is essential key of every business.
    Its hard to think management without law.
    We would like to get more meta post on this topic from your side.