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This business presentations is about business process fundamentals and educational notes. The accounting cycle begins when an accounting event occurs. Accounting personnel document the event with some sort of a source document.

A source document is a piece of paper or electronic form that records a business activity such as the purchase or sale of goods. Accounting Cycle work with this steps like Analyze, Journalize, Post to Ledger, Prepare Trial Balance, Prepare Financial Statements, Closing Entries, Reversing Entries. Origins of Double Entry in Accounting.

Origins of Double Entry, 15th century Franciscan monk and mathematician, Luca Pacioli, made famous the concept of double-entry accounting in his book Summa de Arithmetica, printed in 1494. Bookkeeping today have changed little since Pacioli, who said that you first start with an inventory of assets and liabilities, listed in order of decreasing liquidity. His trial balance was to ensure that dr = cr and thus reduce transpositional and other mistakes, “which mistake you will have to look for diligently with the industry and intelligence God gave you.” Business process management (BPM) software are add-ons to the main database that enable management to have better data to make decisions.

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Domain:  Business Category: Management Subcategory: Education 
Upload Date: 7th-Apr-2014  
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