Hello Tomato

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The chart of accounts lists all the accounts that a company uses in its accounting system. The accounts are usully organized into the following sequence.
1. Asset accounts
Examples:
* Cash | (Amount of cash on hand) |
* Accounts Receivables | (Amount owed to the company for services performed or products sold, where the cash has not yet been received) |
* Property and Equipment | (Amount of land, buildings and equipment) |
* Prepaid Insurance | (Insurance paid in advance, but not yet used) |
2. Liability accounts
Examples:
* Accounts Payable | (Amount owed to suppliers of goods or services that the company received but has not yet paid) |
* Unearned Revenues | (Amount received in advance for goods that the company did not deliver yet or for services that the comapny did not produce yet) |
* Salaries Payable | (Amount owed to employees for work performed but not yet paid) |
3. Stockholders' Equity accounts
Examples:
* Capital Stock | (Amount the company received from investors when it issued stock) |
* Retained Earnings | (Accumulated net income that has not been distributed as dividends) |
* Dividends | (Amount distributed to stockholders) |
4. Revenue accounts
Examples:
* Sales | (Amount earned from selling goods to customers) |
* Service Revenue | (Amount earned from providing services to clients) |
5. Expense accounts.
Examples:
* Salaries Expense | (Amount earned by employees for work already done) |
* Advertising Expense | (Cost incurred for advertising, promotions, and other marketing activites) |

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