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History of Accounting Part 6: 1960-1980

THE HISTORY OF ACCOUNTING 1960's & 70's From the British Invasion and Woodstock to lava lamps and the heyday of shag carpet, the sights and sounds of this period are firmly cemented into the cultural lexicon. The world of Accounting continues to formalize itself through the proliferation of publications and trade organizations, and business computing begins to migrate into the home. 1961 “THE BASIC POSTULATES OF ACCOUNTING" IS PUBLISHED "The Buie Putalates of Auovating" outhor, Meurine Moonity 1968 - The Love Loup is imvented CONGRESS PASSES A LAW ALLOWING CPAS TO REPRESENT 1965 CLIENTS BEFORE THE IRS THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 1969 OF BLACK ACCOUNTANTS IS ORGANIZED IN NEW YORK CITY 1969- The Wbeditock Munia & At Fuin is held The International Accounting Standards 1973 Committee is formed Former IASC Chairman, Sir David Tweedie The Accounting Historians First issue of "The 1974 Accounting Historians Journal" is published The Federation of Schools of Accountancy 1976 is established FSA 1977 - The Apple II is released JOURNAL OF Accounting = & Economics The First issue of the 1979 "Journal of Accounting and Economics" is published ATKINS N .cokewoodtock YOUR COMPLETE AP WORKFLOW & BILL PAY SOLUTION Toll Free: 1.844.982.4557 Email: Web: XTBILLS

History of Accounting Part 6: 1960-1980

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The times they are a changin'...and so is accounting. Catch up on important accounting milestones with our 8 part series.


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