Full accountancy versus KPiR

Below I would like to present 6 examples of the benefits of using full accounting based on the story of one company that decided to voluntarily change its accounting method from KPiR to KSH. Each Case is a continuation of the previous one.

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Control and analysis of expenses, costs and revenue sources

A few words of introduction One of the most important advantages of full accounting is the transparency of financial operations. It gives an opportunity to generate reports and financial statements, on the basis of which an entrepreneur can perform an internal audit of costs, expenses and sources of income. Below we will show, by way of example, how such detailed information presented in the financial statements led to the reduction of costs and expenses, but [...]

Financial position based on valuation of assets

Part 2 case study In this article, as in the previous one, we will discuss analytical aspects of full accounting in relation to KPiR, based on the history of a certain company. As a reminder our company described in the first case study is a manufacturing company that employs 9 people. It has been on the market for 6 years and had regular customers and regular suppliers. [...]

Investment planning

Investment Planning - Part 3 In this article, as in the previous one, we will touch upon the analytical aspects of full accounting versus KpiR, based on the story of a certain company. As a reminder, our company, described in the previous two parts of the Case Study, is a manufacturing company with 9 employees. It has been on the market for 6 years and had regular customers [...]

Cash Flow, or real assets in the analysis of financial flows

Cash flow - part 4 In this article, as in the previous one, we will discuss the analytical aspects of full accounting in relation to the KPiR, based on the history of a certain company. As a reminder, our company described in the previous three Case Studies, or 6 Benefits for Your Business, is a manufacturing company that employs 9 people. It has been on the market for 6 [...]

Monitoring of changes on the basis of company property records

Changes in Company Assets - Part 5 In this article, as in the previous one, we will touch on the analytical aspects of full accounting in relation to the KPiR, based on the history of a certain company. As a reminder, our company, described in the previous four Case Studies, or 6 Benefits for Your Business!, is a manufacturing company, which employs 9 employees.Case study, is a manufacturing company, [...]

Selected indicators and improvement in the functionality of company segments

Improving your business In this article, as in the previous one, we will discuss the analytical aspects of full accounting in relation to KPiR, based on the story of a certain company. As a reminder, our company, described in the previous 5 parts of Case Study - 6 Benefits for Your Business, is a manufacturing company, which employs 9 people. It has been on the market for 6 years [...]