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Introduction To Accounting

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Explains the Concept of Accounting And its Types. 

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    Accounting for Management
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    Chapter Objectives Describe the need for accounting Perceive the development of accounting Explain the meaning of accounting Name the persons interested in accounting disclosures Identify the objectives of accounting Describe the role of accountant in the society 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta
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    Need for Accounting Records and communicates the financial result of operations of an organization to various concerned parties such as stakeholders, government agencies etc. Provides information that helps the management of the organization to plan the future course of action and other funds related issues. 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta 3
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    Definition of Accounting Definition of accounting by American Accounting Association (AAA): "Accounting is the process of identifying, measuring and communicating economic information to permit informed judgments and decisions by users of the information" 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta
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    Functions of Accounting Recording: Accounting helps record all the business transactions of financial character in an orderly manner. Recording is done on various Journals. Classifying: After the systematic analysis of the recorded data, the entries of similar nature are grouped at one place. Transactions are classified on Journals. Summarizing: The classified data is displayed in understandable andf easy to use statements such as balance sheet, trial balance etc. 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta 5
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    Functions of Accounting (Cont.,) Financial Dealing: Accounting records only monetary transactions that are of financial nature. Analyzing: A methodical classification ofrecorded data and presenting in financial statements such as current liabilities etc. Interpreting: Accounting helps in explaining the meaning and significance of the data in simplified form. Communicating: Accounting helps in communicating the analyzed and interpreted information in the form of graphs, ratios etc. 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta 6
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    Book Keeping and Accounting Book-keeping is concerned with recording financial data in an orderly manner. Accounting refers to designing the system for recording the financial data and then presenting it in logical manner to the end users. 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta 7
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    End Users of Accounting Information Proprietors: Profitability and financial health of an enterprise needs to be communicated to the proprietors. Managers: Financial disclosures communicate the financial health and help the managers to plan and manage the enterprise better. Creditors: Entities that have extended credit look into financial statements to ascertain security of their credit. 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta
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    End Users of Accounting Information (Cont.,) Prospective Investors: Financial statements communicate profitability and financial health to attract investment into an enterprise. Government: Financial statements serve as the basis of meeting government liabilities pertaining to taxation, labour and corporate laws. Employees: Bonus or profit sharing or Employees Stock Options Plan is prepared using financial statements. 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta
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    Role of an Accountant Role of the accountant in public service: Provides services such as financial audit, cost audit etc. Is the member of professional bodies, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and Institute of 1 /10/2018 Cost and Work Accountants of India. Trained in a prescribed manner and observe accounting principles enunciated by the professional: body. Observe the code of ethics laid down by the professional body. Dr. Amit GUpta 10
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    Role of an Accountant (Cont.,) Role of the accountant in employment: Is employed in business, or non business entities. Maintains accounting records for the entity Provides information for tax returns, financial performance etc. 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta 11
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    Accounts Services Maintenance of the books oftaccounts: Keeps a systematic record of business transactions Provides information on financial performance or the entity Helps the management of an organization in taking important decisions on the basis of vital accounts information Reduces the risk of losing information due to loss of memory because the information is recorded 1 /10/2018 Dr. Amit GUpta 12
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    1 /10/2018 Accounts Services (Cont.,) Helps perform the comparative study on performance after fixed interval of time Maintains the accounting records systematically that are acceptable to tax authorities and can be taken as evidence in court of law Serves as the basis for proper evaluation of business entity Dr. Amit GUpta 13

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