Cash to Accrual Conversion
Get sound performance measurements, or investor friendly reports by switching to accrual accounting.
Why Switch From Cash to Accrual Accounting?
Converting from cash to accrual accounting is advised for any type of business. Accrual basis accounting straight lines revenue, by reducing the timing difference in reporting sales and expenses. With accrual accounting, you can compare apples to apples on monthly financial statements. So you have better foresight of your commercial responsibilities.
By pushing revenue and expenses into the same period, we reduce the income fluctuations seen in cash accounting. Doing this allows you to zoom in on business profitability. You will be able to see how the company does during the year, and sustains growth over time.
With true accrual reporting we provide you a thorough view, utilizing all major financial statements. This accounting method activates your balance sheet, displaying how assets and liabilities are changing. This is supported by the P&L statement, a detailed profitability window of the period.
When switching to accrual accounting, you must follow intricate IRS rules pertaining to: your tax structure; your annual revenue; day to day business operations; prior tax history; and more! All these factors could determine accounting treatments after the change. To simplify the transition we handle filing, financial statements, conversion calculations, and of course accounting.
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