The accounting profession is organized into three major groups:
(a) Accountants who work in non business entities,
(b) Accountants who work in business entities,
(c) Accountants in public practice.
The periodical literature of accounting includes monthly or quarterly journals that are written primarily for accountants within each of these groups.
1. Use your library and identify one journal published for each of the three professional groups. Identify the publisher of each journal and describe its primary audience.
2. Choose two of the three audiences you have just described. Briefly explain how members of one audience would benefit by reading a journal published primarily for members of the other audience.