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The ACFE is the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Their website provides information on becoming a Certified Fraud Examiner and becoming a member of the ACFE; information on training and products available; fraud resources (some are free); and career information.
Official site of the FASB. Since 1973, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has been the designated organization in the private sector for establishing standards of financial accounting that govern the preparation of financial reports by nongovernmental organizations. Those standards are officially recognized as authoritative by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Includes basic information about the GASB, which establishes standards of state and local governmental accounting and financial reporting, a list of members, recent press releases, draft documents for comment, frequently requested documents, and summaries and status of all GASB statements and interpretations.
This association provides information to accountants and accounting students about state certifications. It also provides contact information for state boards and other relevant articles and information related to the accounting field.
Since 1994, Rutgers Accounting Web has been the center of accounting research. They have hosted the American Accounting Association, the Academy of Accounting Historians, the Ph.D. Project, the Government Accounting Standards Board, and more. Included at this website are courses in Auditing; Financial Accounting; Accounting I; Intermediate Accounting II; Introduction to Managerial Accounting; Income Tax; Management & Cost Accounting I; and more. Contains links to: AAA, ACUA, AGA, FASB, GASB, IIA, IMA, and FASAB.
An independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress. Often called the "congressional watchdog," GAO investigates how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars. Formerly called the U. S. Government Accounting Office. Provides reports by topic or agency on government expenditures and the issues surrounding them. Also investigates allegations of illegal and improper activities and reports on how well government programs and policies are meeting their objectives.