Archive for June, 2004

Business Ethics

Posted on18. Jun, 2004 by .

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John Cargo asked: A business of any kind, whether online or on-site (“real world”), can be like navigating a mine field, especially where ethics are concerned, so some knowledge of law and a certain degree of fair-mindedness are necessary to conduct business professionally and equitably.Ethics keep business practices well-grounded and focused on what is really […]

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Rules of Self Employment – The Ethics & Morals of It

Posted on15. Jun, 2004 by .

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Abhishek Agarwal asked: It can be said that there are primarily two rules to be followed for a self employed individual while framing rules. They may be, the rules regarding taxation and those regarding business ethics. While considering the taxation for a self employed individual, there is not much he can do towards making any […]

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Accounting Ethics Courses: Optional or Necessary

Posted on09. Jun, 2004 by .

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Justin Shomper asked: Ethics and high morality are in high demand today especially among corporate America, and specifically within the accounting profession. After the ethical failures of Enron and WorldCom, a public outcry for future preventative measures resonated throughout the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and the accounting community at large. Consequently, the […]

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