Role of Financial Accounting in Business: A Study


  • Ms. Kavita, Mr. Sandeep Kumar


 Financial accounting is in charge of generating a company's financial statements, such as the income statement, the statement of owner's equity, the balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows, which summarise and analyse a company's previous performance. To make a choice, it must be founded on true accounting facts and statistics, and accounting information is essential for decision-making at all levels of management. Accounting provides management with information on the company's financial position, such as profit and loss, cost and earnings, liabilities and assets, and so on. Accounting assists to boost the efficiency of overall management by preventing asset misuse, improving output and profit, controlling expenses, and preventing asset abuse. Internal and external consumers of financial accounting data rely on it for success, improved investment, and a secure future. Accounting is a continuous mechanism for displaying a company entity's financial situation by recognising economic events and documenting, analysing, and presenting them.