Exhaustive summaries of the company's expenses and income create the basis of the accounting process. Regardless of whether a company makes an accounting by using computerized bookkeeping programs or on hand-posted ledgers, each its business activity such as sale or purchase must be backed by some record. Each record contains the date, amount, and other relevant information about the business operation or activity.
The amounts and dates from receipts for purchases and sales should be transferred (posted) into the ledger or computerized bookkeeping program on a regular basis. The more expenditures and sales company does, the more often its bookkeeper(s) should post information from receipts to the ledger or computerized bookkeeping program. Summary of the company's expenditures and revenues allows answering specific questions such as whether the company is making a profit, how much and other.
Another important aspect of successful business management is its financial reports. Financial reports can combine several key pieces of the company's financial information about its business activity and give information into a form that shows the full picture of the business.
It is very difficult to collect, summarize and create financial reports manually even for a small business that has not many sales and purchases. Therefore, computerized bookkeeping programs are commonly used by small and middle-sized organizations.
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