Need a general financial overview of all the different areas of your business? Use this template to create a chart of accounts.
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What is a chart of accounts?
A chart of accounts is a list of all your company’s accounts together in one place. It provides you with a birds-eye view of every area of your business that spends or makes money. The main account types include Revenue, Expenses, Assets, Liabilities, and Equity. Companies in different lines of business will have different looking charts of accounts.
The chart of accounts template should give viewers a rough idea of the nature of your business by listing all of the accounts involved in your company’s day-to-day operations.
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