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Best Practices in Accounting and Finance Writing: Being Clear and Accurate

Author/Moderator: Lin Kroeger
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Readers of finance and accounting documents expect the information to be complete, accurate, and readable—neither overly simplistic nor complex. This program will enable participants to select and apply language that delivers clear and readable documents, reports, letters, and emails.

Objectives:

      • Choose words that are precise and familiar
      • Eliminate unnecessary words and limit ambiguity
      • Write sentences that make ideas clear
      • Use verbs to clarify meaning

Major Topics:

      • Understand the difference between appropriately and overly technical word choices
      • Make sentences communicate meaning precisely and without excess words
Prerequisite: None

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NASBA Field of Study: Communications
Level: Overview
Recommended CPE Credit: 2
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