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    Accounting is the process of recording and summarizing financial transactions, and reporting this information to relevant parties. Accounting is a vital part of any organization or company as it lets them know how well they are performing financially.

    Accounting is the process of recording and summarizing transactions, events, and other business occurrences systematically and it also provides the information that is necessary for people to make decisions about the organization’s future. Bookkeeping is a system for keeping track of financial transactions. It is a way of making sense of our financial transactions.

    Accounting and bookkeeping are often used interchangeably but they are not the same. Accounting refers to the process of keeping records, while bookkeeping is the process of recording and managing these records.

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    RuPayKart (Government Approved Startup), your trusted legal advisor, provides a cost-effective, reliable, and authentic Accounting and Bookkeeping service provider in India. We have a team of Experts in CA, CS & Lawyers having vast knowledge of their respective fields. We register your financial data as per the rules, regulations, and formats prescribed by the department. .


    • Detailed recording
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    • Proper recording of Transactions
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    • Bank Statement
    • Sale Invoices
    • Purchase Invoices
    • Firm Details
    • Debit Note
    • Credit Note
    • Receipts
    • Expenses Bills
    • Deposit Slips
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    • Accounting
    • Ledger Statement
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    • Tally Data
    • Master file of all documents
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    499 /m
    155 /y
    • Accouting upto 40 Bills
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    999 /m
    155 /y
    • Accounting upto 80 Bills
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    1,999 /m
    155 /y
    • Accounting upto 150 Bills
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    Bookkeeping is all about recording financial transactions. Accounting means recording, classifying, and summarizing data in a significant manner and in terms of money.
    Single Entry and Double Entry are the 2 kinds of bookkeeping.
    Booking of financial transactions is the primary stage, accounting starts where bookkeeping ends.
    The 3 types of accounts are – real, personal, and nominal accounts.
    The 5 accounting types are – Assets, Liabilities, Expenses, Income (revenue), and Equity.
    The books of accounts are- cash book, ledger, bill/receipt, sales journal, purchase journal, General journal, and daily cash register
    The term Debit represents a transfer of value to the account and a Credit entry represents a transfer from the account.

    The basic main rules of accounting are – Debit the receiver and credit the giver, Debit what comes in and credit what goes out, and Debit the expenses and loss, and Credit the income and gain.

    It is a brief description of the financial data in which significant information regarding the business transaction such as date, amount, amount debited or credit etc. are recorded in a significant manner.
    A ledger is book of final entry in which it contains different accounts where records of transactions pertaining to a specified account is stored.
    A debtor is a person that owes money to another.
    The contra entry transactions are mainly recorded between cash and bank accounts when the debit and credit balance affects the same account the resultant effect s zero to the account.
    A DR in a bank means decrease in bank balance or cash outflow whereas CR in a bank denotes an increase or cash inflow in the bank account.
    The accounting cycle is a systematic process of accepting, recording, sorting, and crediting payments made within a business during an accounting period.
    The compound entry is an entry in which there is more than one debit or credit entry exist.
    Petty cash management is an approach of keeping cash in hand to make small payments/ purchase on a daily basis.