Accrued expenses, Managerial Accounting

The other source of spontaneous short-term financing is the accrued expenses which arise by the general conduct of business. An accrued expense is an expense which has been incurred, although has not still been paid. For most firms, one of the major accrued expenses is possible to be employees' accrued wages. For huge firms, the accrued wages held through the firm constitute a significant source of financing. Generally, accrued expenses are not subject for large managerial manipulation.

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