The Justifying Documents – the Accounting Registration Base of the Works and Services Executed By Third Parties
The data and information support are made from justifying documents, account books, financial situations and periodical account reports, electronic bearers (bands and magnetic disks, CDs, and floppy disks). Some of these supports assure, in a first stage, the data collection, meaning their consignment (registration) and their preparation for processing, operation which has as a result the obtaining of the information itself which is stored for transmission to their users, usually using other supports than those designed for the data collection. The accounting, according to its object of study, has the obligation to observe, to record and to provide for analysis and control information corresponding to the cycle stage of production or conduct of business specific to the economic entity. These extremely complex tasks, with quantitative and qualitative implications are materialized in: registration of the economic facts, phenomena and processes; the information processing; the information storage; the economic operations control and the information centralization.
|Date of creation:||18 Feb 2008|
|Publication status:||Published in Revista Finante, Provocarile viitorului ISSN 1583-3712.anul V(2008): pp. 164-167|
|Contact details of provider:|| Postal: Ludwigstraße 33, D-80539 Munich, Germany|
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