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History of the Society of Incorporated Accountants 1885-1957




ISBN 9780367535285
Published September 2, 2020 by Routledge
384 Pages

 
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This book, first published in 1984, marks the closing of a long and important chapter in the history of the accountancy profession. The Society of Incorporated Accountants was founded in 1885 and over its long history achieved much in the development of the profession. The book is concerned with the main policies of the Society, its leading personalities, its organisation, and the general will of its body of Members. It also focuses on economic and business affairs, legislation and constitutional development, as well as the relationship of different sections of the profession and developments in other countries.

Table of Contents

1885-1897  1. Foundations  1898-1908  2. Consolidation and Expansion  3. Reliability and Integrity  1909-1914  4. The Standard of Auditors’ Qualifications 1914-1918  5. The First World War  1919-1930  6. Policy and Progress After the War  7. At Home and Abroad  8. Taxation: Companies  9. The Departmental Committee on Registration  1931-1939  10. The Great Depression  11. Professional Education and Research  1939-1945  12. Accountancy and the Nation  13. The Domestic Affairs of the Society During the War  14. Preparations for Peace  1945-1949  15. The First Years of Peace  16. Nationalisation: Companies  17. Resumption of Social Activities  1950-1957  18. Commencement of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth II  19. A New Phase in the Society  20. The Last Years in the Society  1956 and 1957  21. The Background to Integration  22. Integration Accomplished  1957, 1958 and 1959  23. The Society: Its Final Responsibilities

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A.A. Garrett