We could say the say the same thing about on account of. On account of also means because, only this expression is worse because it has three words instead of the two words in inasmuch as. But the choice is the same for more effective technical writers; they use because, not inasmuch as and not on account of.
Let’s examine once more the difference made in eliminating wordiness. Read the example sentence in the graphic above and feel the impression it makes upon you as a reader. Then compare that impression with the one made when you read the sentence below.
So, avoid on account of on account of wordiness. Always be mindful of more concise ways to say the same thing. Your writing will pack more punch, and that will more effectively communicate a better image of both you and your brands.