Shareholders and investors, Accounting Basics

Shareholders and Investors: as shareholders and the other investors have invested their wealth in a business activity, they are interested in understanding periodically regarding the profitability of the enterprise, the growth prospects of the enterprise and the soundness of their investment. In history, business accounting was developed to provide information to those who had invested their funds in the enterprises of business.

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