Adjusting Journal Entry - Overview, Types, Examples
May 07, 2020 · An adjusting journal entry is usually made at the end of an accounting period to recognize an income or expense in the period that it is incurred. It is a result of accrual accounting and follows the matching and revenue recognition principles. Generally, adjusting journal entries are made for accruals and deferrals, as well as estimates.
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