- Last Updated on:   January 31st, 2019
- Posted by: QB
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Here are some of the basic small business accounting and bookkeeping principles defined in simple terms.
|Accounting and Bookkeeping Principles||Accounting and Bookkeeping Principles|
|Capital: Debt vs. Equity||Balance Sheet|
|Accounts Receivable||Journal Entries|
|Bookkeeping Systems: Single-Entry vs. Double-Entry||Accounting Methods: Cash vs. Accrual|
|Accounting Methods: Cash vs. Accrual||Cash Flow|
|Debits and Credits||Depreciation|
|Liabilities||Profit and Loss|
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