What are the golden rules of accounts, Accounting Basics

Personal accounts --> Debit the benefit receiver, credit the benefit giver

Real accounts --> Debit what comes in, credit what goes out

Nominal Accounts --> Debit all expenses and losses, credit all incomes and gains

 

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