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Management accountants have a mind for business, a passion for accounting and excellent communication skills. Does this sound like you?
Management Accountant

A management accountant oversees everything that has to do with a company’s incoming and outgoing money, profits and losses. They are expected to be able to provide any information that managers may need to make informed management and control decisions. For example, they may be expected to provide answers to any questions regarding the company’s assets or expenditures, and provide any supporting documents.

The information provided by a management accountant is intended for use within the organisation and is not publically reported. The accounting information is also primarily forward-looking, rather than historical, or case-based.


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