What is the difference between an offer and an invitation to offer?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 10:07:45
Offer and invitation to offer are two different terms having separate meanings. An offer is a proposal and invitation of offer is to invite some body to make a proposal. Offer leads to enter into contract while invitation of offer leads to offer.Now let us understand the meaning of both ... Read More

What is the difference between contract and agreement?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 10:05:13
Before going for differences, first let us understand the difference between contract and agreement and their typesAgreementAgreement is commitment made or proposal made by a person or a promisor to offer something to another person or a promisee and that promisee accepts that proposal with same considerations. Then it is ... Read More

What is Cost synergy in mergers and acquisition?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 10:02:14
The word synergy is commonly used in merger and acquisition. Finical benefits are achieved through merger of companies. Concept of synergy is the value and performance of individual companies is less than the value and performance of merged companies. By cross disciplinary workgroups, companies achieve synergies between departments.The main goal ... Read More

What are the terms used in Merger & Acquisition?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 09:59:22
The terms used in Merger & Acquisition are explained below −Acquirer − It is someone who purchases a company.Acquisition − A company (1) taking control over another company (2) by purchasing more than 50% shares in company (2).Amalgamation: − Combining two companies into a single company.Asset deal − Acquirer buys ... Read More

How to compare passbook and cash book?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 09:57:33
The major differences between a passbook and a cash book are as follows −PassbookPassbook is the book which is issued by the concerned bank, which contains the details of account holder(s) and information related to the transactions (deposits and withdrawals) of the holder(s).These are prepared by banks. In this book, ... Read More

How are errors classified in trial balance?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 09:48:54
Errors in trial balance are classified into two types namely, errors disclosed and errors not disclosed. Errors disclosed and errors not disclosed are again subdivided into several types.Following diagram shows the classification of errors in trial balance −Classification of errors based on natureThe classification of errors in trial balance which ... Read More

What are the steps involved in preparing the trial balance?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 09:46:27
Trail balance is worksheet which consists of all ledger balances and columned them as debit and credit. Later these debit and credit columns are equaled. Trail balance ensures entries are mathematically proven. It is prepared at end of reporting period and repeated for every period.To understand trail balance once should ... Read More

What are the stages in operating a petty cash fund and its advantages?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 09:43:59
Petty cash is nothing but small amount of cash that kept for minor expenses like office supplies, reimbursing employee, and payment for catered lunch etc. In big companies or in larger companies each department has its own petty cash. The main advantage of having petty fund it is convenient and ... Read More

What is a triple column cash book and explain its format?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 09:10:27
Triple column cash books have three columns on both the debit and credit side of the cash book. These cash books record cash transactions, bank transactions and discounts. Both cash and bank transactions of column cash books are balanced and totaled periodically; discount column of triple column cash books is ... Read More

What are the revenue receipts?

Nagasravan Tamma
Published on 18-May-2022 08:50:31
Revenue receipts are those through which, the funds are generated from business core activities and results in increase in total revenue. These are shown in the profit and loss account and not in the balance sheet. These funds are generated from sale of goods or by providing services to others. ... Read More
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