What Is The Purpose Of Financial Accounting To Management?


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Ellie Hoe answered
Financial accounting is very important for management because it provides a record of performance of the organization over a period of time. On the basis of the financial accounting the management makes important decisions of the company. For example, the free cash flows calculated from financial accounting is used to determine the liquidity of the company and its ability to invest in proposed projects. Financial accounting also provides means to the management to enhance the internal check. It gives the management a historical perspective of the organization and on the basis of information the management can make budgets for the future. Moreover, management also show their performance to the shareholders and the creditors through financial accounting techniques.
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Karl Sagan answered

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