Accrued income, Cost Accounting

Accrued income is an amount earned although not in reality received during the accounting period or till the date of preparation of last accounts for the period concerned. The first result of accrued income is to credit the loss and profit account and to demonstrate the similar in the assets side of the balance sheet.

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