No one who has watched the news or read the newspapers over the last few years can doubt the importance of finance in the modern world.
Since the economic crash of 2008, the economies of Britain, Europe and the wider world have been headline news, and the affects have been keenly felt by each and every one of us.
However, in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and countries with similar educational systems you suddenly have to become Ernest Hemingway or Virginia Wolf when it comes to getting accepted to a graduate school, university, MBA class, etc.
That is why so many students choose to buy accounting personal statement instead of dealing with it on their own.
I am also a keen member of the school debating society, and enjoy being given a point of view to defend, especially if it is one that I do not personally agree with.
I have even considered a career in law as a result of this, but I feel that finance and the economy are in my blood as part of my upbringing.
There are educational systems in which, being a student of Accounting, Finance, Business, Management or Economics class, you need only to prove your abilities coping with this specialty, pass tests, etc.
Writers should write, and accountants should count.
As I have got older, I have also become more involved in the details of the company’s finances, gaining an in depth understanding of the mechanics of running a small business.
While I will ultimately inherit the family business from my father, I aim to spend the intervening time gaining as much experience in the wider world of finance and accounting as I can, in order to bring fresh perspectives to the way things are done.