Éléments de base des états financiers
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Éléments de base des états financiers

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    Kangira J.
    UG
    Kangira J.

    income statement, Balance sheet

    Kangira J.
    UG
    Kangira J.

    These are basic element of financial statements: 1. Assets 2. Income 3. Liabilities 4. Expenses 5. Equity

    Kangira J.
    UG
    Kangira J.

    Assets, Income, Liabilities, Expenses and Equity

    Kangira J.
    UG
    Kangira J.

    What are the basic elements of financial statements?

    Kangira J.
    UG
    Kangira J.

    what are elements of Financial Statements?

    Kangira J.
    UG
    Kangira J.

    Mention of the elements of financial statements

    Janet K.
    LR
    Janet K.

    What are the basic elements of Financial Statements?

    Orlando D.
    US
    Orlando D.

    How is basic elements of financial statements completed? I seemed to have completed this item, but the mark (red) that indicate incomplete continues to appear.

    Mohamed A.
    EG
    Mohamed A.

    I finish this topic and it dosen't close this topic why??

    Harrison D.
    NG
    Harrison D.

    he 10 elements are: (1) assets, (2) liabilities, (3) equity, (4) investments by owners, (5) distributions to owners, (6) revenues, (7) expenses, (8) gains, (9) losses, and (10) comprehensive income. The 10 elements of financial statements defined in SFAC 6 describe financial position and periodic performance. Assets represent probable future economic benefits controlled by the enterprise.Liabilities represent obligations to other entities.Equity is a residual amount, the owners’ interest in assets after subtracting liabilities.Investments by owners and distributions to owners are transactions describing any owner contribution to and withdrawal from the company.Revenues are gross inflows resulting from providing goods or services to customers.Expenses are gross outflows incurred in generating revenues.Comprehensive income often does not equal net income.

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