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THE USE OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION AND DECISION-MAKING IN ORGANISATION




THE USE OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION AND DECISION-MAKING IN ORGANISATION
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ABSTRACT
This study deals with the use of Accounting Information and Decision-making in organisation (A case study of Muxol Paint Company) One of the most important functions of management which is decision making has been described as a purposeful choosing from a number of alternative courses of action.
          The management can only come up with a good decision if they were able to get a correct accounting information form the accountants as a result of this, there are the need for research to find out if managers actually provided this information to the mangers and if they are relevant in the decision making of the organization.
The following are stated problems
a.)              Inadequate utilization of available account
b.)              Inadequate  managerial expertise
The project work in chapter two revealed all the accounting information needed by the management for decision making and the use and users of accounting information.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page                                                                               
Approval Page                                                                       
Dedication                                                                              
Acknowledgement                                                                            
Abstract                                                                                 
Table of Contents                                                                   
CHAPTER ONE
1.1               Background of the Study                                                       
1.2     Statement of Problem                                                   
1.3     Research Questions                                                                
1.4     Objectives of the Study                                                 
1.5     Research Hypotheses                                                    
1.6     Significance of the Study                                                        
1.7     Definition of Terms                                                      
CHAPTER TWO
2.1     Literature Review                                                         
2.1.1  The Concept of Accounting Information System          
2.1.2  Functions and Users of Accounting Information          
2.1.3  The Characteristics and Objectives of
Accounting Information                                                
                                     
2.1.4  The Decision Making Process                                       
2.2     Theoretical/Conceptual                                                 
CHAPTER THREE
3.1                  Research Methodology                                                     
3.2     Source of Data                                                              
3.3     Research Design                                                           
3.4     Research Population /Sample Size                                
3.5     Instrument Used                                                           
3.6     Data Analysis Techniques                                            
CHAPTER FOUR
4.1                  Presentation And Analysis of Data                                  
4.2     Data Analysis                                                               
CHAPTER FIVE
Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations                       
5.1     Summary                                                                      
5.2     Conclusions                                                                            
5.3     Recommendations                                                                  
          Bibliography                                                                 

CHAPTER ONE
1.1     BACKGROUND OF STUDY
          Accounting can be defined as a system of collecting, recording and summarizing business and financial transaction and analyzing, verifying and report the results. (Olaoye 2006).
          It is also a measurement and communication system to provide economic and social information about an identifiable entity to permit uses to make informed judgments and decision leading