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September 11, 2015
Peter Coughlan, Director of Uniting Bookkeepers
As we’ve previously discussed it is critical for you as a bookkeeper to be well aware of the underlying principles for each of the main financial reports.
It’s pretty simple – if you can’t read the financials how can you be sure your work is correct and how can you make any beneficial comments to your clients?
A Balance Sheet works on the fundamental accounting principle that:
Assets – Liabilities = Owners’ Equity
Within each section there is a further breakup. The two key components for assets are:
- Current Assets
- Non-Current Assets
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