Explain the term “trial balance” and its needs, accounting, Basic Statistics

Explain the term “Trial Balance” and its needs for an organization.

Ans. A Trial Balance is a statement of summarization of the all the involved ledgers accounts at the end of the particular period or a date in other words the total balances of an individual accounts are written in a summarized statement which is called the Trial Balance.

An organization needs a Trial Balance in order to prepare its Final Financial statement which is Balance Sheets, Profit & Loss Account and a Trading Account etc.
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