BASIC ACCOUNTING Definition

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BASIC ACCOUNTING normally includes the areas of Debits and Credits; Accounts; Assets, Liabilities, Equity, Revenue and Expenses; and, an accounting system that offers a method for checking, balancing, and reconciling all accounting related transactions in order to produce accurate pictures of the entities financial health. Profit and Loss Reports, Balance Sheets, and Cash Flow Statements are the end result of compiling all the transactions into meaningful, usable information for individuals and business owners alike.

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ACCRUED VACATION see ACCRUED LIABILITY.

INVESTMENT TRUST is a company that invests a fixed amount of money in a variety of stocks and shares as a way of spreading risk. Investment trusts have fixed capital, unlike unit trusts, which can create or redeem units in response to demand.

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