Why Study Accounting?

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It was my first time to learn accounting, I met it at university, but I got so interested because accounting is needed through life. It has positive effects …

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Dear Mr. , I have a great interest towards learning new subjects, but to be frank, I had the least passion towards something like …

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Money is the thing which inspires me the most to study accounting. I now have the idea on how to save my pocket money. I know how much percentage of interest …

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