Account

A structure for showing the effect of market events on a particular asset, liability, equity, earnings, or expense. The effects are measured in terms of dollars. The account looks like as a collection point in the meanwhile the processing of all the transactions involving the balance sheet or income-statement item, accommodating the value that appear on the financial statement.

 

 

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