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Why Accounting is Right for Me

When I arrived at USC, I wasn’t sure what path I wanted to take, but I knew that I wanted to be a business major because, among other things, it was something that would make me look employable after graduation. To be honest at the time, I only a very vague idea of what “business” […]

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Posted on April 7, 2016 by Nicholas

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Revenue Recognition Changes

FASB (Financial Accounting Standard Board) recently updated the rules for revenue recognition. While the process is still in the works currently, my intermediate financial accounting professor has already mentioned what the changes will look like and how they will affect the way accountants record revenue. Here is a more updated report issued by the FASB: http://www.fasb.org/project/revenue_recognition.shtml

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Posted on February 25, 2015 by Russell

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The most challenging project I’ve had to do in a business/accounting class

During the spring semester of my freshman year I took BUAD 286A, Managerial Accounting.  It was my first peek into accounting, and I learned a lot of of new concepts and skills, like writing journal entries, creating balance sheets and income statements, finding break-even points, and much more.  At the end of the semester we received […]

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Posted on November 4, 2014 by Josh

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Bean Counting and Networking: Accounting?

Wait, accountants don’t just sit at their desks and use those big old school calculators? One of the biggest conceptions that I had coming into Marshall (I came in as a Business major) was that people in Accounting were nerdy, hard to social with, and were mostly isolated to the cubicle for the majority of […]

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Posted on October 22, 2013 by Bradley

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