Difference Between Cash And Accrual Accounting Methods

Difference Between Cash & Accrual Accounting Method

  Small business owners are often confused about the difference between cash and accrual basis accounting. This might sound like something that an accountant should show but this information is useful for business owner as well. In this article, we’ve explained how each of these accounting methods work. Find out more which accounting method is best for your…

Important Financial Statements

3 Important Financial Statements Every Business Owner Should Know

  “You Can’t Improve What You Don’t Measure!” Small businesses must be well informed to survive in a competitive environment and one of the vital competency they must develop is to read and understand important financial statements. Understanding essential financial statements such as ‘Trial Balance’, ‘Balance Sheet’, and ‘Profit and Loss’ statements is paramount as these…

FIFO Vs LIFO - Inventory Valuation Method

FIFO Vs LIFO – Which Is The Best Inventory Valuation Method?

Inventories are the largest current asset of any business. Inventory valuation is a process through which companies or businesses offer monetary value for their inventories and generate accurate financial statements. It is important to measure inventories for matching expenses and revenue figures and take good business decisions for a long-term. Ideally, there are two ways…

Keeping Your Business and Personal Finances

How to Separate Your Business and Personal Finances

Certain things just don’t mix well — like a good scotch and soda, like Rajnikant and Laws of Physics, like Rahul Gandhi and politics and like your personal finances and your business’s. Keeping these things separate not only helps you reduce problems, it also greatly simplifies things and makes it easier to manage your finances.…

Guide To Tax Deducted At Source - TDS

India’s Most Comprehensive Guide On TDS

What is TDS? Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) is a system introduced by Income Tax Department, where person responsible for making specified payments such as salary, commission, professional fees, interest, rent, etc. is liable to deduct a certain percentage of tax before making payment in full to the receiver of the payment. As the name…