Investment Accounting


All articles in this category pertain to investment accounting. An investment is an asset that is acquired to generate income. These investments can be a physical item, such as property rented out to tenants, or nonphysical, such as stocks and bonds. 

These assets need to be accounted for. There are accounting treatment options available for all different types of investment and situations under US GAAP. 

Learn more about investment accounting below. 

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