Distinction between “interlocking accounting systems” and “integrated accounting systems”

Integrated accounting systems refer to the accounting system where a single set of accounts are prepared.

Financial accounts are prepared for individuals external to the firm while management accounts are prepared for the management to help them in planning, controlling and decision making. The two sets of accounts are then reconciled a periodic basis (monthly) quartley, semi-annually or annually).

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