Golden Book of Accounting and Finance Interviews: Part I by Sahil Ahuja

Golden Book of Accounting and Finance Interviews: Part I

By Sahil Ahuja

  • Release Date: 2017-09-14
  • Genre: Industries & Professions
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Are you striving for a career in Accounting or Finance?

Do you want to get ahead of the competition and have more success in interviews?

If you are, then this new book, Golden Book of Accounting & Finance Interviews - Part I, could hold the answers you’ve been looking for.
Inside you will find 40 very common questions you could be asked when being interviewed with some of the biggest global companies, including questions like:

Why is depreciation not charged on land?
What are fictitious assets?
What is deferred revenue expenditure?
What are chart of accounts?
Why is closing stock not shown in trial balance?
What are accruals?
And many more along with journal entries…

Aimed at helping Accounting & Finance students/professionals to feel more confident in their interviews, the book is the end result of personal research carried out over many years. It has been devised in close interaction with over 100 accounting and finance professionals and their interview experiences and will provide you with the right way to answer those tricky questions.

The research involved aspirants which went for an interview in companies such as EY, KPMG, Deloitte, PWC, Grant Thornton, Ameriprise Financial, American Express, FIS, Fluor Corporation, Genpact, Bechtel, Citigroup, Accenture, Agilent, UHG, UBS, Bank of America, HCL, Sapient, BlackStone, HSBC, FIS, WNS, XL Catlin, BT, Boston Consulting Group, Royal Bank of Scotland, Whirlpool, GE, EXL, BlackRock, etc.

If you are planning a career in a business with endless opportunities, the Golden Book of Accounting & Finance Interviews - Part I is something you simply must read.
Get a copy today and be better prepared for your next interview!

By Founder www.AccountingCapital.com

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