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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

In the name of ALLAH, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful,
All praises and gratitude to ALLAH, All Mighty for his blessings and also
For giving us the strength and patience to complete this practical training.

I am taking this opportunity to convey my deepest gratitude and appreciation to my Practical Coordinator, Puan Rosmawati Haron, who is a perfect example of JIT practioner. She always has the right dose of advices when I needed them most and correct time for inspirational motivation when I am poignant.

I also want to give my acknowledgment and full appreciation to my supervisor, Puan Siti Rahayu Sarman for providing priceless advices, constructive comments and suggestions, without which I would not have successfully accomplish this though task.

Our appreciation also goes to the partners of Leongho Co & Associates for giving me a chance to complete my 6 months practical stint. My deepest gratitudes goes to Mr Lee for all of his guidance. This company has indeed give me a valuable experience in accounting and audit field as well as has trained me to be a good employee in the future.

I also greatly indebted to my family, for listening to my complaints and frustrations, for their unconditional support and encouragement to me in pursuing this task.

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