Accounty

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Submitted By shanmckin
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Modern accounting systems achieve accounting needs while contributing improved accurateness in surveying trends, allowing collaboration and giving rapid access to records. Modern accounting systems interweave traditional processing of data and the advanced inputting methods. New systems help management increase their time and profits while spending less.
According to the text accounting is “the information system that measures business activity, processes the data into reports, and communicates the results to decision makers” (kllkflksj). Companies use this information for lots of different reasons. For example, when deciding to take out a loan, move forward on a project, or purchase new equipment and many more scenarios. The ease and speed of modern accounting systems allows corporations and individuals to spend less time on the transactions and more time on major decisions and improvements.
Modern accounting is not just for businesses. Individuals can input all of their financial information and make important decisions. People can set up spreadsheets to track checking and savings accounts. They can see where their money is actually going. Also, people can set up different spreadsheets to track financial information to even help them decide on what to do with their money. Such as, invest, save, or retire.
Modern accounting also reduces costs. Traditional accounting methods use many resources, such as paper and pencil. There are programs out now so people do not have to write all of the equations down. Some programs automatically do the equation. From a company stand point employees are able to finish more in a short amount of time. This means cost reduction when it comes to employee…...

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