Unit-2 Nature and Scope of Accounting

This unit elaborates the need for accounting and then discusses the nature, scope and importance of accounting.

What do you understand by 'Financial Position'?

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Written on Apr 17, 2019 2:38:20 PM

Financial position, defined as the status of financial well-being regarding a company, is important to every single business. The financial position of a company is measured by the performance it takes in company financial statements: a positive and growing cash flow statement; growing profits in the profit and loss in the statement; and a balance of assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity in the balance sheet. Financial position, explained as the leverage, solvency, and cash standing of a company which ultimately leads to the ability of the business to survive, is an important factor in large and small businesses alike. Overall, financial position summary forms the most basic aspect of accounting: assets, liabilities, and owners equity. These three factors sum the essence of the financial position of any business.