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What type of accountant would collect information on a firm's transaction and use the information to prepare financial statements that companies use in decision making?
a. Public accountant
b. Management accountant
c. Not-for-profit accountant
d. Government accountant

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    Why would a not-for-profit or a government accountant work on a private business's accounts?

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