Meaning of ACCOUNTANT in English

ACCOUNTANT

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a firm of solicitors/accountants/surveyors etc

Ms Shaw is a partner in a firm of solicitors.

a qualified doctor/teacher/accountant etc

After seven years of training, she is now a qualified doctor.

certified public accountant

turf accountant

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

chartered

Mr Baird is a chartered accountant who moved into the software business.

B and W were the two main equity partners in the firm of chartered accountants , C Connelly &038; Co.

Yesterday creditors agreed to appoint John Readman, of chartered accountants Ernst &038; Young, as liquidator.

Young Man: Mrs Grant, my Dad's a chartered accountant .

In 1992 1,050 members lost the right to call themselves chartered accountants because they did not pay by 30 June.

Representatives from the world of high finance included chartered accountants and members of the major high street banks.

public

He is a certified public accountant and a certified valuation analyst.

Beginning public accountants usually start by assisting with work for several clients.

Certified public accountants audit financial state-ments and render opinions on whether the statements present fairly the financial condition of a firm.

There is a large degree of mobility among public accountants , management accountants, and internal auditors.

He served as a captain in the Air Force, and is a certified public accountant .

Working Conditions Accountants and auditors work in offices, but public accountants may frequently visit the offices of clients while conducting audits.

qualified

A qualified accountant , his official job was to raise funds, find more money.

To help you get out of the red you could call on a qualified chartered accountant for between £50 and £60 an hour.

Another thing about being a qualified accountant is that I could always leave and do books at home.

reporting

The other changes are relatively minor, but the reporting accountant needs to be aware of them.

The fund theory offers the reporting accountant the flexibility to define the reporting unit where the definition is most useful.

The City Code applies equally to company directors, professional advisors and independent reporting accountants .

Question 5 Should the reporting accountant visit twice a year to check client account balances?

■ NOUN

cost

He is a cost accountant and also acts as company secretary in respect of share issues, pensions and the like.

Beginning management accountants often start as cost accountants, junior internal auditors, or as trainees for other accounting positions.

Initials in the appropriate approvals section ensure that such additions have been properly authorized and advised to the cost accountant .

■ VERB

become

In 1989 he was appointed assistant Group accountant and in 1990 became Group accountant.

He taught himself to become a local government accountant through night schools and correspondence courses.

Although he worked in accounts, he had not taken any examinations towards becoming a certified accountant .

University graduates became accountants , solicitors, or stock-brokers instead of entering industry.

certify

He is a certified public accountant and a certified valuation analyst.

He served as a captain in the Air Force, and is a certified public accountant .

charter

Armstrong Neal is a two-partner firm that also includes Jane Armstrong, a chartered accountant .

employ

Self-\#employed accountants may be able to do part of their work at home.

need

Fewer passengers, less income, you don't need to be an accountant to see the outcome.

So you need a good accountant to get the money for you.

You do not need to be an accountant to know that once you stop earning your income will drop.

Companies that get together no longer need as many accountants or vice presidents of marketing as each had before the merger.

For larger tours, bands need a tour accountant to travel with them and record all transactions as they are made.

Large organizations needed trained accountants , not just bookkeepers.

For it is not only with big customers that you will need a good accountant .

train

He wanted to train as a chartered accountant with the ultimate aim of becoming a managing director.

Large organizations needed trained accountants , not just bookkeepers.

Started to train as an accountant after leaving the local comprehensive.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

chartered accountant/surveyor/engineer etc

B and W were the two main equity partners in the firm of chartered accountants, C Connelly & Co.

For any chartered accountant interested in the package, Aldercare is offering the package free of charge for a 30-day trial.

He is a chartered engineer and a Member of Metallurgists.

Last year 1,050 people lost the right to call themselves chartered accountants because they didn't stump up by 30 June.

Working in a manufacturing company, or as a solicitor or chartered accountant gives invaluable experience.

Young Man: Mrs Grant, my Dad's a chartered accountant.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Chartered accountants who passed the IoT examination would be entitled to join the Faculty, or the IoT, or both.

Doctors and accountants are one thing; husbands on the brink of divorce or even drug barons close to capture are another.

He wanted an accountant who was a cheerleader rather than a realist.

Just as an accountant might use a financial model, the analyst can develop an entity model.

Such accountants may then find that they have shrinking roles and power within the corporation.

The changing role of public accountants, management accountants, and internal auditors also will spur job growth.

They pick on an accountant because an accountant needs a good name and has been partly in control of the funds anyway.

This will be an especially interesting time for accountants, as Andrew Baird, of specialist software company 4Sight Communications, explains.

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