Financial accounting, Cost Accounting

Financial Accounting

It is the analysis, and recording and classification of financial transactions and the ascertainment of how that information will be reported to the different users.  It includes the development of general-reasons financial statements largely for external reporting.  These statements are developed in accordance along with standards imposed via the public or through the professional accounting bodies as like the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of US and the International Accounting Standards Board - IASB and also the requirements of the Companies.

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