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Question What are accounting Principles?
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 Question Submitted By :: nandu
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there are 3 types of accounting principals
1. personnel accoumt:- debit the receiver and credit the
2. real account:- debit what comes in and credit what goes
3. nominal account:- debit all expenses and losses and
credit all gains and incomes

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