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Understanding Accounting Principles

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Understanding Accounting Principles
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740307849
Number of pages: 35

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This free e-book explains all of the basic accounting concepts and terminology you will need to understand the three primary financial statements that appear in every organization's annual report and most internal monthly reports. It describes the differences between cash based and accrual based accounting.

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