Accounting & Finance Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Accounting and finance are often used together since they encompass the same overall areas; however, they are not the same. Accounting is the recording of financial transactions which in turn can be reported and interpreted, whereas finance is the function of managing the financial operations of a business. As such, accounting is a part (or a subset) of finance.

Accounting includes maintaining financial records noting items such as revenue and expenses which allow a company to understand how much they owe or are owed. Overall, accounting is the flow of money in and out of the organization. Accounting produces documentation such as balance sheets, profit and loss statements, etc. and these documents are used by financial directors to help guide the future of the company.

Finance, on the other hand, is the management of revenue and includes the areas of capital acquisitions, investing, accounts receivable and payable and payroll. In regard to finance, the information from accounting is used for financial strategy and decision making. To this extent, finance generally picks up where accounting leaves off. has the resources a company needs to understand the broad spectrum of accounting and finance. Here you will find reports that encompass topics ranging from general accounting bookkeeping all the way to company reports which include top key contacts.
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Accounting & Finance Industry Research & Market Reports

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