Definition of Accruals
1. Noun. (plural of accrual) ¹
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Definition of Accruals
1. accrual [n] - See also: accrual
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Literary usage of Accruals
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1. The Science of Finance: An Investigation of Public Expenditures and Public by Henry Carter Adams (1898)
"Bookkeeping on the basis of accruals will charge up the two months' interest as a liability of the year ending June 3Oth, and this is manifestly where it ..."
2. Municipal Accounting by De Witt Carl Eggleston (1914)
"accruals to Funds Certain revenues accrue to the various funds as provided by law. These must be accounted for and properly entered in books prepared for ..."
3. Brokerage Accounts: A Treatise on the Business of Brokerage, Its Accounting by Frederick Simson Todman (1916)
"This, however, does not justify the neglect of accruals, for in the face of all statements in the Street to the contrary, the true condition of any concern ..."
4. 20th Century Bookkeeping and Accounting: A Treatise on the Principles of by James Williams Baker (1922)
"89, List of Inventories, accruals and Reserves of the business, and the net profit resulting from operating the business during the fiscal period. § 217. ..."
5. Accounting Theory and Practice by Roy Bernard Kester (1918)
"Inadequacy of Cash Method of Handling accruals All these accrued items give ... Correct Method of Handling accruals To show all earnings in the period in ..."
6. Projections of Education Statistics to 2009 by Debra E Gerald, William J Hussar (1999)
"Table Bll.—Indirect business taxes and nontax accruals, excluding property taxes, for state and local governments, per capita (in constant 1996-97 dollars) ..."
7. Principles of Accounting by John Raymond Wildman (1913)
"CHAPTER XLV accruals AND CLOSING ENTRIES accruals are necessary in accounting if true financial condition and correct operations are to be shown. ..."
8. Projections of Education Statistics to 2006 by William J. Hussar (1997)
"Indirect business taxes and nontax accruals, excluding property taxes, for state and local governments, per capita (in constant 1993-94 dollars),' with ..."