Guidance process for Notes of Accounts and Significant Accounting Policies (Non Company Case)

ZenIT || Guidance Process for Notes of Accounts and Significant Accounting Policies in (Non-Company Cases)

How to prepare notes of accounts and significant accounting policies for non-company cases?:
The disclosure of accounting policies is particularly important in situations where an organization chooses to adopt industry-standard policies. By adhering to these policies, the investment community gains a clearer understanding of how accounting practices may impact reported financial results and the financial position of an entity. The policy summary can encompass a wide range of operational and financial areas, including cash, receivables, intangible assets, asset impairment, inventory valuation, types of liabilities, revenue recognition, and capitalized costs.
To prepare "Significant Accounting Policies" please follow the steps provided below:
Step 1:
Open the Income Tax Software, Go to Transactions → Balance sheet →Significant Accounting Policies option given in menu bar:

Step 2: 
Here, User is required to enter details for Significant Accounting Policies:

Step 3: 
If the user is required to add any other suggestion then he has to Click on Suggestions→New → type your suggestion and then save it.

Step 4:
To select the suggestion click F4 and then select the suggestion 

Step 5:
To select the Suggestion check Mark on Check Box:

Step 6:
 To Generate Significant Accounting Policies Report, Go to ReportsBalance Sheet Report → Significant Accounting Policies:

For Notes of Accounts:
Step 1:
Open the Income Tax Software ,Go to TransactionsBalance sheet Notes of Accounts option given in menu bar.

Step 2:

Note: The line items highlighted in grey are notes of accounts applicable only in case of a Company.

Step 3:
 If Required to enter detail, double click on notes of account in the given list.

Step 4:

Enter the Following Information:

Step 5:
To Generate Notes of Accounts Report, Go toReports Balance Sheet Report → Notes of Accounts

Hope This Helps.
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