An Appraisal of Accounting System in the Public Sector

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AN APPRAISAL OF ACCOUNTING SYSTEM IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF BOARD OF INTERNAL REVENUE ENUGU STATE)

BY

EMEODI FERDINAND .C. ACC/2006/241

DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTNACY
FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
CARITAS UNIVERSITY
AMORJI NIKE
ENUGU STATE

JULY, 2010.

An Appraisal of Accounting System
In the public Sector
(A case study of board of Internal Revenue Enugu State)

By

Nnamani Ugochukwu J.c. Acc/2006/241

Department of Accountancy
Faculty of Management & Social Science
Caritas University
Amorji – Nike,Enugu.

Submitted to
Department of Accountancy Caritas University
In partial fulfillment of Degree of the Requirement for the award of the Bachelor of
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This work is divided into five chapters namely; The first chapter which is the introduction of the topic, the researcher defined public sector accounting, the purpose and objective as well as the significance of the study. In chapter two, the researcher focuses on the review of related literature as it is related to the research topic and such review include historical development of government accounting, Basis of accounting and sources of cash and recording media. In chapter three, the researcher indicated the research method used in detail; also it was in chapter four that the data used were collected, presented, analyzed and show the responses to the area being investigated which were documented along with their percentage relating to the question asked. In the last chapter, the researcher discussed the result obtained from data analysis in chapter four and also a useful and constructive suggestion was put down as that any interested party may be wee guided.

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CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background of the
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