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It is the long-term contracting of a business of company procedure to an outside service supplier and it is helping to increase shareholder value by dropping the costs of non-core functions. You want professional grade accounting, but it is either to costly or you don’t essential full time accounting services.
Invoice: -An invoice is a commercial document which is issued by seller to his buyer, relating to sale transaction and indicating the goods quantities, prices, and discount for goods or services the seller issued to buyer.

Invoice process:-

Our contractors show an important character in the progress of our party and paying them in time helps make stronger the realationship. An invoice correctly managed leads to bother free clearance of payable and take rebate on early payments as well.

Our team of professionals have general facts of the account payable method and handle all kind of invoices. Services or material invoice, work orders with a high level of correctness on valid taxes, helping your business to update payable in a timely way.

Monthly Averag Balance and Closing Balance

Monthly Average Balance

Monthly Average Balance is the sum of all the end of the day closing amount of your bank’s account dividend by the number of days in the particular month. Now, understand with formula which is given below:
MAB=Sum of the all EOD closing balance/Number of days in that Month.
If the non-maintenance of Monthly Average Balance means many of us fell that we must maintain that much mountain minimum during the month.

Closing Balance

Which amount (positive or negative) is remaining in an account at the assumption of accounting period that will be carried forward in the next accounting period. Most business accountants will provide a closing balance to the management. This normally takes the form of a management accounts package and covers the amount for the month reported as well as the collective balance.

Financial Closeing

The accounting term it financial closing) refers to the process of dropping the balance in nomial accounts, like as expenses and revenue, to 0 (zero). It is the part of accounting cycle and it is compulsory to prepare these short-term accounts for the next period’s transactions and events. Once moved, the revenue and expenses accounts are closed through series of enteries posted to the company’s general ledger. The income summary account is subsquently closed through s transfer to proprietor equlity.

P & L Account and Balance sheet

Profit and Loss Account

To know which annual net profit and loss of a business is determined, is known as Profit and Loss Account. Annual net profit is determined by deducting all indirect expenses (business operating expenses) from the gross profit through profit and loss account. The profit and loss account starts with the result delivered by trading account. The particulars required for the preparation of profit and loss account are available from the trial balance. Only indirect expenses and indirect revenues are considered in P & L.
Features of P & L Account:
a) It is prepared on the last of an account.
b) This is the second stage of final account.
c) P & L account shows only indirect expenses and indirect revenues.
d) It starts with the closing balance of trading account.

Balance sheet

It is statement of financial position of a business which states the assets, liabilities, and own equity at a particular point in time. Balance sheet does not show results, even if they can be inferred by comparing the balance of accounts from different time periods. A standard company balance sheet has three parts: assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity or capital. A balance sheet has two sides that must be equal or balance each other out. The reason behind it is simpler than it seems: a company must pay for its assets by borrowing money from lenders or through investors.

Stock Reconciliation

It is process of totalling and calculating stock in trade, usually at an organisations year end in order to value the total stock for preparation of accounts. In stock reconciliation process actual physical stocks are checked and recorded in system. The actual stock in the system should be in agreement and accurate. If they are not, you can use the stock reconciliation tool to reconcile stock balance and value with actuals.
Inventory reconciliation is also needed to ensure that the actual and recorded inventory amounts are the same at the end of the year, so that there will be no issues when the inventory is audited. Inventory reconciliation is not as simple as adjusting the book balance to match the physical count.

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