There is always an accountant working for a company. Accountants face many ethical dilemmas depending the type of person they are. An accountant does precise and detailed calculations, and cannot make one mistake. That task itself is already stressful and hard. Accounting information can affect so many things. It can affect the price that a buyer pays, the salary of the workers, the success of products and services (Larson 11). Also, “misleading information can lead to a wrongful closing of a division, causing workers, customers, and suppliers to be [...] harmed” (Larson 11).