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There are four basic steps in the bookkeeping process: 1) examining financial transactions and associating them with specific accounts; 2) creating unique journal entries that credit and debit the correct accounts; 3) posting ledger account entries; and 4) modifying entries at the conclusion of each accounting period

(1) detect and analyse transactions, (2) record transactions in a journal, (3) post journal information to a ledger, and (4) prepare an unadjusted trial balance are the first four processes in the accounting cycle.

Bookkeeping is the process of keeping track of all a company's financial transactions. Every financial transaction that occurs during the course of business operations is recorded, classified, and organised by bookkeepers. Accounting is not the same as bookkeeping.

The two most prevalent types of bookkeeping are single-entry and double-entry. While each has its own set of benefits and drawbacks, the company must choose the one that is best suited to their needs.

Cash accounting and accrual accounting are the two most used accounting procedures.

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