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What is the full form of the trem WIRE in wire payment ? Explain the process for making and receiving the payment through WIRE? 

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what is the difference between the terms 'credit' and 'debit' from the customer point of view?

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 From the customer point of view, credit is the amount which is deposited into her or his account. And debit refers to that amount which is taken from the account of the customer.

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what type of account appear on a post closing trial balance?

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The types of accounts that appear on the post-closing trial balance are the permanent accounts, Assets, Liability and Owner's capital. Permanent accounts is also called real accounts.

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What entry is recorded when $75.00 worth of supplies are purchased on account?

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Purchasing good two kinds of entry 


Either Cash or Credit 


 


If Cash


Purchase A/c ------ Dr  xx  To Cash A/c


(Being good purchase on cash)


 


If Credit 


Purchase A/c ---- Dr  To Supplier A/c


(Being goods purchase on Credit)

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What is STPI ? why STPI knowledge required in Accounts Payable?

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Software Technology Parks of India (STPI).Some of the software service providers will get exemption from STPI for their software exports. In accounts payable may be we need to define the vendor STPI location wise.


In India we have different STPI location. If one vendor supplying services or materials to all OR some of the STPI locations we need to maintain the same vendor STPI wise.  

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What is the difference between billable and non-billable expenses?

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The terms Billable and Non-Billable expenses are normally associated with say a consultancy company where they bill consultants out to their clients. Therefore Billable expenses will be paid by the client whereas Non-billable will be paid by your employer. What's included in both is subject to the contract your company has with their client.

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