Cash Basis of Accounting, Accrual Method of Accounting and Modified Cash Basis: South Florida Accounting Negligence and Breach of Contract Commerical Litigation Attorney, Russell L. Forkey, Esq.
The Cash Basis accounting method recognizes revenues when cash is received and recognizes expenses when cash is paid out. In contrast, the Accrual Method of accounting recognizes revenues when goods or services are sold and recognizes expenses when obligations are incurred. A third method, called Modified Cash Basis uses accrual accounting for long-term assets and is the basis usually referred to when the term cash basis is used.
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