CLOSING ENTRY Definition

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CLOSING ENTRY is a journal entry at the end of a period to transfer the net effect of revenue and expense items from the income statement to owners equity.

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MEASUREMENT THEORY involves the assignment of numerals to objects or events in order to represent certain attributes, or properties, of those objects and events.

FUND THEORY views the organization as a series of funds or sub-funds represented by various services or departments.

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