Explain the attribute accounting, accounting, Basic Statistics

Explain the Attribute Accounting

Planning the accounting on foundation Producing, Explanation and outlining for customers is an art and if we consider as per technology, the significance of technology is an understanding which is according to some key, here we can apply same significance to the Bookkeeping, and Bookkeeping is an understanding which is according to several confirmed concepts.

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