Fund Accounting

"Fund accounting is used for nonprofit entities, including governments and not-for-profit corporations. Rather than seek to make a profit, governments and nonprofits deploy resources to achieve their objectives. It is standard practice to distinguish between a general fund and special purpose funds. The general fund is used for day-to-day operations, like paying employees or buying supplies. Special funds are established to fund specific objectives, like building a new wing of a hospital." --

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Fund Accounting Account U3000000 2 Non-profit, Accounting, Finance