accounting on the accrual basis

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  • the accruals basis — ► (also the accrual(s) method, also the accrual(s) principle) a method used in accounting in which amounts of money are recorded at the time something is bought or sold, although payments may not yet have been made or received: »While the full… …   Financial and business terms

  • the accrual principle — UK US noun [S] ACCOUNTING ► ACCRUALS BASIS(Cf. ↑accruals basis) …   Financial and business terms

  • accrual basis — See accrual convention. American Banker Glossary In the context of accounting, practice in which expenses and income are accounted for as they are earned or incurred, whether or not they have been received or paid. Antithesis of cash basis… …   Financial and business terms

  • accrual basis — noun a method of accounting in which each item is entered as it is earned or incurred regardless of when actual payments are received or made • Ant: ↑cash basis • Hypernyms: ↑accounting, ↑accounting system, ↑method of accounting * * * noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • accrual basis — A method of accounting that reflects expenses incurred and income earned for any one tax year. In contrast to the cash basis of accounting, expenses do not have to be paid to be deductible nor does income have to be received to be taxable.… …   Black's law dictionary

  • accrual basis accounting — In the context of accounting, practice in which expenses and income are accounted for as they are earned or incurred, whether or not they have been received or paid. Antithesis of cash basis accounting. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …   Financial and business terms

  • Accounting methods — Cash basisCash basis accounting is a method of bookkeeping that records financial events based on cash flows and cash position. Revenue is recognized when cash is received and expense is recognized when cash is paid. In cash basis accounting,… …   Wikipedia

  • accounting — An act or a system of making up or settling accounts, consisting of a statement of account with debits and credits arising from relationship of parties. State ex rel. King v. Harvey, Miss., 214 So.2d 817, 819. Rendition of an account, either… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Accrual — is derived from the verb , which describes the gathering or clustering of things together over time, as atoms, or it describes a general increase in number, as in interest. It also holds specific meanings in the contexts of accounting and payroll …   Wikipedia

  • accounting — ac‧coun‧ting [əˈkaʊntɪŋ] noun [uncountable] 1. ACCOUNTING JOBS the usual word for the profession of accountancy in the US 2. ACCOUNTING the work of keeping a company s financial records, recording its income and expenses, and its business deals:… …   Financial and business terms

  • basis — ba·sis / bā səs/ n pl ba·ses / ˌsēz/ 1: something (as a principle or reason) on which something else is established the court could not imagine any conceivable basis for the statute see also rational basis 2: a basic principle o …   Law dictionary

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