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Adjusting Entry

Definition of the noun adjusting entry

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noun

  1. an accounting entry made at the end of an accounting period to allocate items between accounting periods

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Google previewDictionary of International Accounting Terms (2001)

by John Owen Edward Clark

adjusting entry Entry that updates an account, usually added at the end of the accounting period to allow for a transaction that was improperly recorded or omitted previously (such as late adjustments for accruals, depreciation and prepayments) . adjusting event Also known as a post-balance-sheet event, an event that occurs after the date of the balance sheet but before the final accounts are approved (such as ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Business (2009)

by W. Davis Folsom, Rick Boulware

As with most accounting entries, an adjusting entry is a double entry with one account being debited and another account credited.

Google previewSterling Dictionary of Business Terms (2006)

by Patricia Fernando, Chandrabanu Samaraweera

Adjusting Entry Registration in accounting records to correct an error. Administration 1. Management. 2. The people who administer an organisation.

Google previewMacmillan Dictionary of Business and Management (1987)

by Richard Lamming, John Bessant

adjusting entry. A type of entry used in accrual accounting in which transactions are not entered directly; instead the accounts are adjusted to bring the financial position up to date. Thus, in preparing a FINANCIAL STATEMENT or BALANCE SHEET adjusting entries will be made to cover items like DEPRECIATION or interest payments. administrative management theory. An approach to ...

Google previewDictionary of Business and Economics (1986)

by Christine Ammer, Dean S. Ammer

adjusting entry In accounting, an entry made to correct or ...

Google previewInsurance Demystified - Reading Beyond The Lexicon (2005)

by Kailash Chandra Mishra

Adjusting Entry: An accounting entry that a company makes to ...

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Management (1980)

by Hano Johannsen, G.Terry Page

adjusting entry. An entry in accounts which indicates income earned or expenditure incurred but not yet due for settlement within the period of the accounts. This would apply to accrued revenue or accrued expense, for example. administration. 1. Responsibility for efficient and effective operations and procedures. 2. Area of management concerned with interpretation of policy and translating it into ...

Google previewJuridisch-Economisch Lexicon NL-EN (2016)

The Legal and Economic Lexicon by Aart van den End

adjusting entry, adjustment entry correctief corrective, remedial correctiefactor adjustment factor correctiefactuur corrected invoice correctiegesprek corrective interview correctielint correction ribbon, correcting ribbon correctiemarge error margin correctiemechanisme corrective mechanism; ...

Google previewWörterbuch der Versicherung - Dictionary of Insurance Terms (2009)

Deutsch-Englisch by Friedhelm G. Nickel, Monika Fortmann

use üblicher Gebrauch normal use; regular use üblicher Handelsbrauch usual commercial practice übliches Verfahren general practice, standard practice übrig bleiben remain, be left Übung training, practice; exercise Ufer shore Umarbeitung making over, revision, readaption Umbau reconstruction, conversion Umbildung reorganization, reforming, reformation Umbuchung adjusting entry umfallen overturn, fall down; collapse Umfang circumference, circuit; extent, size; volume ( vol.) ...

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