Accruals

A balance sheet item for expenses for which invoices have not been received at the end of an accounting period....more on Accruals
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accruals

A term used in company accounts where income is due or a cost is incurred during an accounting period but has not been received or paid....
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Accruals

Accruals are expenses incurred in a period for which no invoice has been received at the period end. As the cost relates to the period, it must be charged to the profit and loss account for that period.
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accruals

Accruals is the fiscal reporting of items pertaining to a current period which would not have been appeared in the general ledger until a future period in the normal course of payment or receipt of items....
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accruals

An accrual is the recognition of an event in the financial statements even though no actual transaction has occurred. Accruals can involve both liabilities (and expenses) and assets (and revenues). Accruals are vital to the fair presentation of the financial condition of a company as they impact both the recognition of revenue and the matching of e...
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Accruals

If during the course of a business certain charges are incurred but no invoice is received then thes
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accruals

Provisions for income earned but not yet billed, or for expenses incurred but not yet paid. Examples are the amount of sales you have made but which you have not yet been paid for, and the cost of electricity which you have used but have not paid for, even if you have not yet been billed for it.
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Accruals

Provisions for income earned but not yet billed, or for expenses incurred but not yet paid. Examples are the amount of sales you have made but which you have not yet been paid for, and the cost of electricity which you have used but have not paid for, even if you have not yet been billed for it.
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