25 Jun 2020

How To Categorize Expenses For Your Small Business

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Leasing your additive manufacturing equipment enables you to reduce initial capital costs, have predictable monthly payments, and access to the latest technology through upgrade flexibility. GE Additive provides turnkey leasing, remarketing and vendor finance programs to customers around the globe. Find information on the different materials that can be used with GE Additive’s additive manufacturing […]

24 Jun 2020

Acuity Financial Experts Client Reviews

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Other Popular Software Reviews So the adjuster took this second estimate back to his supervisor and told them that we had lost confidence in the first shop to perform the fix to see if they would approve taking it to the second shop. So we took the car back to the first shop and it […]

27 Mar 2020

What Is The Difference Between The Accounts Rent Receivable And Rent Revenue?

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Is Unearned Revenue Included In Operating Activities? When you pay the bill, you would debit accounts payable because you made the payment. Cash is credited because the cash is an asset account that decreased because you use the cash to pay the bill. T accounts, refer to an account such as accounts payable, written in […]

6 Dec 2019

Recording Your Debits And Credits

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Bookkeeping A cash account is the easiest way to record cash payments, deposits and withdrawals. We would use this Account definition option in Kashoo when entering income or expenses received in cash under Terms or Payments Accounts. Profit And Loss Statement/income Statement We use this account type to refer to bank accounts that are used […]

21 Oct 2019

Accounting Changes, Accounting Error Corrections, Changes In Accounting Principles

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AE, Inc. understated its inventories balance at the end of financial year by $20 million. Unlike an accounting estimate which is an approximation made due to non-availability of complete information, an accounting error is definite because it arises from misapplication of accounting policies, estimates or omission of transactions. An error whose effect on retained earnings […]