State the types of business organizations, Financial Accounting

State the types of business organizations

There are numerous types of business organizations:

  • Service business-doctors, lawyers, barber shop etc.
  • Merchandising business-purchases goods for resale
  • Manufacturing business-produces a product to sell

 

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