Modified Accrual Basis Definition

Modified accrual basis is an alternative method of accounting that combines cash-basis accounting and accrual-basis accounting. Revenues are recorded when payment is received but expenses are recorded when incurred and/or measurable. The modified accrual basis of accounting is used by government entities.

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