Definitions for "Accounts "
Keywords:  auditor, director, audited, agm, plcs
mean the record of your financial affairs. They do not need to be audited accounts.
a company's set of accounting records for a particular period.
'Accounts' is a generic term for the financial documents that companies in the UK are required to file each year. Most companies filings will include a Profit & Loss account, a Balance Sheet, a Director's Report and Auditor's Statement. Limited companies have up to 10 months after the financial year end to file accounts for that year, so the first accounts for a new company are due 22 months after incorporation. PLCs must file within 7 months of year end. 95% of companies file their accounts on time. Companies that do not file accounts on schedule incur fines from Companies House on a sliding schedule, and will eventually be dissolved if they do not comply.
A category of personal property defined by Article 9 of the UCC. Under the pre-2000 version of Article 9, an account is a right to receive payment for goods sold or leased, or for services rendered, where these rights are not evidenced by an instrument or by chattel paper. Under the revised Article 9, the definition of accounts is much broader. The revised definition covers a much wider variety of payment obligations, whether or not earned by performance, including license fees payable for the use of software, credit card receivables, and healthcare insurance receivables.
Business activities cause increases and decreases in your assets, liabilities and equity. Your accounting system records these activities in accounts. A number of accounts are needed to summarize the increases and decreases in each asset, liability and owner's equity account on the balance sheet and of each revenue and expense that appears on the income statement. You can have a few accounts or hundreds, depending on the kind of detailed information you need to run your business.
In school budgeting and finance, the category of revenue or expenditure within a fund for various functions or activities.
Accounts is a simple application based on the Horde Application Framework that provides a way of grouping the related forwards, vacation, and passwd modules and displays information about the currently logged in user.
Accounts are collections of logically related files, much like departments within a company. Each department has its own set of file cabinets. The name of the account is also the logon, that is, it is entered at the "LOGON PLEASE" message to gain access to the system. In the account's MD also are verbs, miscellaneous connectives and modifiers, and PROCs.
are the companies and organizations involved with your business such as customers, competitors, and partners. Each account stores information such as the business name, address, and phone numbers. For each account, you can store related contacts, opportunities, activities, cases, partners, contracts, and notes.
Documents relating to the turnover of a business, including a profit and loss account. Accounts are usually prepared on an annual basis and are a crucial part of proving the income of a self-employed person.
Statements of the business transactions between the parties. For a PROPORTIONAL TREATY they are prepared at regular intervals, usually on a quarterly or half-yearly basis.
Password-protected profiles that shoppers can create. Accounts contain shipping and billing addresses.
Keywords:  flaw, serious, design
a serious design flaw
In project accounting, a set of cost statements that display the current status of the project and future status upon completion. [D02346] RMW
Keywords:  paid, record, received, money
record of money paid out and received