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Accountancy vs.

Accounting

The two words Accounting and



Accountancy are usually used to mean the
same thing, but is not correct.

 Accountancy is the main subject, while


accounting is one of its branch

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Accountancy
 The words Accountancy is far extensive:
i.e. the scope of accountancy is far wide
than and extensive compared to
accounting.

 The study of Accountancy covers the


following area like, Book keeping,
Accounting, Costing, Auditing &
Taxation.
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Book Keeping

 Book keeping is a small part of


Accounting.

 Book keeping is just the recording of


transactions in a proper manner in the
books of account.

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Accounting
 Accounting is the art of recording
transactions, classifying, summarizing and
interpreting the results.

 Lets firstly discuss the art of recording


transaction.

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Transaction

 Recording of Monetary Event is called


transaction.

 To understand transaction, lets


understand / Discuss event.

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Events

 There are two types of events, which a


human being usually face through out
their lives and that is ?

5. Monetary Event
6. Non Monetary Event
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Monetary Events
 Those events or situations or activities in
which money is involved.
 For example:

 A person pay to purchase or sells some


things, so situation like this which a person
face is called Monetary event.

 The same case is used in business


organizations.
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Non Monetary Events
 Those events or situation or activities in which
money are not involved like?
 For example

 Friends visits each others homes or meet with


each others, so these are the situations in which
money are not involved.
 In the organization non monetary events like,
Meetings, Interviewing etc
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Recording of transaction
The transaction can be recorded by three
ways given below.

3. Single entry system


4. Double entry system
5. Compound entry system

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Single Entry System
 Every transaction contains two aspects and
the system in which we record only one
aspect of the transaction is called single entry
system.
 For example
 Ahmad paid 400 rupees to Said, so two
aspect of this transaction is Ahmad the payer
and said the receiver of the money.
 So in this transaction, we well record the
name of Ahmad Or Said, as a single aspect.
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Double Entry system
 While in Double entry system, we record
both the aspect of a transaction and that is
debit and credit.

 For example

 Said will be debited and Ahmad will be


credited because Ahmad paid the cash to
said.
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Compound Entry System
 While in compound entry system a single
transaction affects different accounts like ?

 For example
 Ahmad purchased stationary, furniture's and
car.

 So the car + stationary + furniture will be


debited and cash will be credited.
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Journal
 General journal : A single day to day / journal
book in which all types of transactions is
recorded in a single book, is usually
maintained by small organizations, where the
number of transactions is small.

 Special Journal: Separate books is maintained


for transactions like sales, sales return,
purchases, purchase return, cash book and
petty cash book, is usually maintained by large
organization where the number of transaction
is large.
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Ledger Book
 Ledger is a book is which separate
account is maintained for each head,
which are different in nature.

 General Ledger : A single book in which


all the data is posted from general journal
at the end of the day.

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Special Ledger Book
 Sales Ledger Book
 Sales Return Ledger Book
 Purchase Ledger Book
 Purchase Return Ledger Book
 Cash Ledger Book

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