Analysing and recording process, Accounting Basics

Analysing and Recording Process

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A friend knows that you are studying the Business Accounting 1 course, so he approaches you and enquires about the steps of the analysing and recording process of transactions.

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Summarise and explain with examples the steps of the analysing and recording process to your friend.

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