Similarity in financial and management accounting & finance, Accounting Basics

1.  What are financial accounting, management accounting, and finance? What are their similarities and differences?

2. What information does a balance sheet provide? How do accounting conventions and asset valuation affect measuring and reporting financial position?

 

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