5 years ago in Basic Accounting

Accounting is also defined as an 'Information System' because ?

[A] The function of accounting is to provide quantitative information,primarily financial in nature about economic entities
[B] It is a system which provides information
[C] Accounting provides required information for anyone seeking it
[D] All of above
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trupti sahoo
trupti sahoo - 3 weeks ago

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