Financial accounting, Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

An accounting technique that records, interprets, and reports the historical cost transaction of an organization. An organization records these transactions in bookkeeping journals and ledgers. To understand the transactions, it uses, between other analytic tools, a series of ratios, such as acid test ratio, present ratio, inventory turnover, debt-to-equality ratio, and so on. Financial reports include financial statements (balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flows), as well as special internal monetary reports that are unique to each organizations.

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