What does comptroller mean?
A comptroller, in the United States, is a high-level executive that oversees the accounting tasks and financial reporting procedures of organizations. The comptroller oversees all accounting including accounts receivable, payroll, and loan transactions.
Why is it called a comptroller?
Around the 15th century, Middle English speakers altered the spelling of “conterroller” (meaning “controller,” from the Middle French contrerolleur) under the influence of the Middle French word compte (“account”). The resulting word, “comptroller,” has attracted criticism over the years.
How do you pronounce controller player?
So which is it: “comptroller” or “controller?” As many of our listeners have pointed out, the correct pronunciation is controller.
How is Corp pronounced?
Corp is short for corporal or corporation and is pronounced \KORP\.