ACCOUNTING CYCLE is the sequence of steps in preparing the financial statements for a given period. It refers to the fact that because financial reports are given each period (usually a year) there are a set of steps (cycle) taken each period that result in the reports and preparation for the next period or cycle. The term cycle is used because every period there is a start and an end. The cycle usually starts with the budget, goes through the journal entries, adjusting entries, posting to the accounts, financial reports, and closings.
SCHEDULE K-1 see K-1, SCHEDULE.
ONE-OFF is a happening that occurs only once and is not repeated, e.g. a one-off sale is a sales event that will occur only once.
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