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There is only one type of accounting, and it is used for all of a businees's reporting needs.
The basic accounting equation is:
Revenues are earned when the customer is billed.
The principle which requires that expenses be accrued or deferred is the:
Cash had a balance of $100 and it has a balance of $200 after I made this journal entry. I must have:
I want to make a journal entry to increase accounts payable, so I credit that account.
The body responsible for promulgating U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles is the:
What do we call the process of transferring the balances of nominal accounts to the retained earning account, thereby starting those nominal accounts fresh for the next period?
The concept that a legal business entity, such as a corporation or a partnership, is separate from its owners is called the:
Which of the following revenue recognition methods is generally used in business?
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