Accounting cycle, Managerial Accounting

Accounting Cycle is the name given to the combined process of recording and processing the accounting proceedings of a company. The series of steps start when a transaction takes place and end with its addition in the financial statements. The 9 events of the accounting cycle are: 

  1. Gathering and evaluating data from transactions and events.
  2. Placing transactions into the general journal.
  3. Putting entries to general ledger.
  4. Make an unadjusted trial balance.
  5. Adjusting entries properly.
  6. Making an adjusted trial balance.
  7. Managing the accounts into the financial statements.
  8. Closing the accounting books.
  9. Making a post-closing trial balance to verify the accounts.

 

 

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