My suggestion is that Strategic Finance include a "Technology Workshop," as the Journal of Accountancy titles it, that teaches people each month a certain aspect of Excel or other Office programs.
What does JAC stand for?
JAC stands for Journal of Accountancy (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 125 other meanings of JAC in our Acronym Attic
- John Abbott College
- Joint Advisory Committee (Board of Directors for SEI)
- Joint Airspace Control
- Joint Analysis Center
- Joint Apprenticeship Committee (various organizations)
- Joint Apprenticeship Council (unions; Canada)
- Joint Astronomy Centre
- Joint Interoperability of Tactical Command & Control Systems Automatic Committee
- Joint Labor-Management Apprenticeship Committee
- Jordan Aeronautical-Systems Company
- Journal of Ancient Civilizations
- Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
- Journal of Architectural Coatings
- Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry
- Journées Automates Cellulaires (Symposium on Cellular Automata)
- Juba Air Cargo (Sudan)
- Judicial Appointments Commission (UK)
- Junior Achievement Conference
- Junior Advancement Coordinator (Boy Scouts of America)
- Junior Apostolates for Christ (San Francisco area)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Stanley Zarowin is a contributing editor of the Journal of Accountancy.
San Diego-based David Larsen had an article published in the September issue of the Journal of Accountancy .
2006 Journal of Accountancy also summarized the results and offered insights on what firms can learn from them.
Monterey-based Ilene Eisen was featured in a May Accounting Technology article and a June Microsoft Dynamics article, and was featured in several Intuit ads for Enterprise Solutions that appeared in Accounting Technology, Journal of Accountancy and various other publications .
That guidance, along with the case studies, should benefit Journal of Accountancy readers whose clients or employees need advice explained to them in lay terms.
Currents, "IRS Cuts Could Have Affected Tax Practice,") and the Journal of Accountancy (see Tax Issues, "A Letter to the Profession [from Commissioner Richardson],"), for example, have been beneficial.