capitalized costs: Why does accounts payable appear at year end on a cash basis company for capitalized costs?
Because you used a Balance Sheet function (AP) for another Balance Sheet function. That means it will show, or the Balance Sheet is not In balance.
You also just moved a Liability to a Liability. In Circles.
If you intend to use Bills for this, rather than checks or Memorized Checks, you […]
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