6 Lessons, 1 Summary and Quiz
Accounting is famously known as the language of business. It is a channel through which information about a business entity is communicated to different users.
It is apparent that the ultimate purpose of accounting is to provide information to different users. We will delve into this more and discuss the broad types of accounting information.
We have been talking about accounting and its purpose of providing information to users. Fine!
– but, who exactly are these so-called "users of financial statements"? What decisions do they make? And what information do they need?
Discover the different branches or fields of accounting specialization that have evolved over time.
Learn about the areas of accounting practice: public accounting, private accounting, government accounting, and the academe.
Business organizations come in different types and forms. It is important to know them because there are differences in accounting for the transactions of each type of business and form of ownership.
This is a summary of the topics discussed in Introduction to Accounting under Accounting 101: Basics tutorial series. You can always check the full lessons out anytime.
Test your accounting skills with this short quiz on Introduction to Accounting, under Accounting 101: Basics tutorials.
Chapter I provides a fresh introduction to accounting. The lessons intend to define accounting and break the definition down into simple points, explain the role of accounting in the financial world, specifically its purpose and users, differentiate the branches of accounting and areas of practice, and discuss the types and forms of business organizations. At the end of all the lessons is a summary and a quiz to test your understanding of the topics discussed.
Introduction to Accounting (2022). Accountingverse