Cash, Accounting Standards

It is generally taken to include currency or legal tender, cheques or any other document which circulates as cash. It is generally classified like a current asset while it is accessible for a firm's day-to-day operations. This involves cash maintained in the cash chest as also deposits on call on current accounts along with banks. If cash is particularly earmarked for any reason and not available for transactions this is better classified

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