Posts Tagged ‘cost accounting’

Financial Statements are More than Results

It’s easy to get lost in all the numbers when reading financial statements, particularly for those who rarely read them. By financial reports I mean not just the big three; i.e. the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, and the Statement of Cash Flow. This also encompasses the supporting schedules and analysis as well.

Results Matter, But

Taking just the three main financial statements, it is important to asses the overall results. For the income statement look at profitability, but also consider Read the rest of this entry »


QuickBooks Non-Inventory Items

If you are a user of QuickBooks you are most likely familiar with the importance of items to use the software correctly. You probably also know that there are several types of items, such as Inventory Item, Fixed Asset Item, Sales Tax Item, Sales Tax Group Item, Sub-total item and others. Let’s take a look at one in particular; QuickBooks Non-Inventory Items.

How are Non-Inventory Items Used?

QuickBooks non-inventory items (non-inventory parts) are used to Read the rest of this entry »


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