The case of managers requiring accountants to inflate the performance of a company is not new in the industry. The industry is awash with the case of scandals like Enron, Worldcom, and others where the management fraudulently increased the value of the company’s performance in order to attract investors. Finally, these companies came down tumbling and spiraled into financial scandal and loss of billions of investment. Therefore, these cases offer a solid foundation that can be used by any accountant to solve the ethical dilemma presented in this case. As an accountant who understands that there is a code of ethics that has to be adhered to, I would not agree with the boss to engage in accounting practice that will make the company’s profit seem higher because in the short and long run, the practice would have far reaching implications for all the stakeholders.