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Researchjournali's Journal Of Accounting
Researchjournali's Journal Of Accounting - RJOA


Frequency: Monthly Publishing Since: 2013
Current Issue: 31/12/2019 Next Issue: 30/01/2020
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    The Journal of Accounting is devoted to publishing research-based papers on key aspects of accounting of relevance to practitioners, academics, trainers, students and professional bodies. It provides a forum for the publication of high quality research papers.
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The Small And Medium Enterprises Attitude Towards Tax Stamp: A Case Study Of Tax Payers In Ghana | Emmanuel Gyamera  Ivy Eklemet  Thompson Kubaje  
Tax stamps date back to the Ottoman Empire. "Damga Resmi" was already in use by the sixteenth century. Tax stamp implementation in Ghana was enacted

Technology-based Tax Reform: A Strategy For Curbing Graduate Unemployment In Edo State Of Nigeria | Sunday Nosa Ugbogbo (Ph.D)  Christian Iyafekhe  Imuetinyan Eguavoen  
This study aims at exploring the concept of technology-based tax reform: a strategy for curbing graduate unemployment in Edo state. A structure questionnaire survey design

An Analysis Of The Contribution Of District Assembly Common Fund To Developmental Activities: A Case Of The Adentan Municipal Assembly, Ghana | Ivy Eklemet  Gyamera Emmanuel  Thompson Kubaje  
The study was to analyse the impact or the contribution of the District Assembly Common Fund to the developmental activities in the Adentan Municipal Assembly

The Impact Of Oil Price Volatility On Stock Price In Nigeria | Alphonsus Sunday Anichebe (Ph.D, ACA)  
This Study examined the impact of oil price volatility on stock price in Nigeria. Using the Ordinary Least Square method, the study analysed the secondary

Compliance With International Financial Reporting Standard 7 (ifrs 7): A Study Of Listed Banks In Ghana | Dr. Helena Ahulu  Emmanuel Gyamera  Ivy Eklemet  
The purpose of this study was to identify the extent to which listed banks on Ghana Stock Exchange comply with International Financial Reporting Standards, with

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    Researchjournali's Journal Of Accounting (RJOA) is devoted to publishing research-based papers on key aspects of accounting of relevance to practitioners, academics, trainers, students and professional bodies. Devoted to the advancement of accounting knowledge, it provides a forum for the publication of high quality research papers and emphasizes openness and flexibility. The journal covers following topics related to the accounting.
Public accounting Managerial accounting Financial management
Corporate accounting Controllership Treasury management
Financial analysis Internal auditing Accounting in organizations

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