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What is Debit and Credit – An Easy to Understand Explanation
Debit and Credit, are key parts of any accounting entry. These are the fundamental “effect” of each financial transaction. For maintaining correct accountin
Types of Financial Statements
There are 3 basic types of financial statements. We are categorizing another 2 important parts of an annual report as financial statements. Let's begin our disc
All Deep Web - iNFOGRAPHiCs MANiA
All Deep Web: You have an option to be completely anonymous online. Here’s an infographic that can guide you about that, and tell you what The Deep Web is.
This is Visual Journalism  - Visualoop
In a huge (like US$ 800 million-huge) engineering effort, the Costa Concordia cruise ship was pulled completely upright early Tuesday, in Italy. The ship capsized in January 2012, killing 32 people, and this complex operation took approximately 19 hours, using cables and metal boxes filled with water to roll the ship onto a platform. Newsrooms …
How to Create a General Ledger
A general ledger is a file or book in which a business records all of its financial transactions. At the start of each fiscal year, a new general ledger is started with an opening balance. During that year, the bookkeeper or accountant will enter every transaction, separated into assigned accounts. This is typically ...
Accounting Vs Finance
Accounting vs. Finance is a common confusion in the minds of many. There are many areas where the roles of these two overlap and that creates all the more diffi
9 Steps of the Accounting Process Impeccably Explained
Accounting is used for gaining quantitative information about the finances. The accounting process includes a sequence of activities that involve recording the income and expenditure of an organization. This WealthHow article will give you an overview of the accounting cycle and explain it with the help of an illustration.
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