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SSRK's Management Accounting Knowledge Repository

The knowledge repository for Accounting Professionals by SSRK is one of the best collections in the area of

  • Cost & Management Accounting
  • Financial Accounting and Auditing
  • Taxation

It contains pdfs, powerpoint, word and excel sheet on various topics and it is a ready reckoner for you. This is maintained as one of the useful links in the Management Accountant's Blog. Please click here to know more.

If you have good presentations or pdf, please send it to SSRK and he should be happy to upload it for the benefit of professionals.

Cheers,

Santosh Puthran
AICWA

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