Accountants are really, really good with numbers. We can reconcile your bank statements and do your cost accounting. We can calculate your debits and credits. We can prepare your month-end reports and your cash flow statements and your balance sheets. But how do we take all those numbers and translate them into meaningful
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As accountants, YPTC’s staff faces the same challenge faced by people who work with numbers worldwide: how to make massive amounts of numerical and financial data meaningful and understandable to non-technical audiences. It’s an issue we face every day when preparing reports for our clients. In some cases, the data must be presented as a