Agency funds,define it, Accounting, Basic Statistics

Agency funds,define it
Organization money is used to account for the resources presented by the state as an agent for individuals, private companies, and other health systems. Organization money is simply legal in characteristics. Talk about FIDUCIARY FUNDS.
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