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Chart of accounts. The chart of accounts is a listing of all the accounts in a general ledger used by businesses to organize financial transactions. It provides a systematic method for recording and tracking financial activities, allowing businesses to categorize transactions and generate meaningful financial reports.

List of account records ("chronological journal"). The chronological journal, also known as the general journal, is a record of all financial transactions in chronological order. It serves as the initial entry point for recording transactions before they are posted to specific accounts in the ledger. The journal provides a complete audit trail of financial activities, aiding in analysis, auditing, and decision-making.

"Trial balance". The trial balance is a financial statement that lists all the accounts in the general ledger along with their respective debit or credit balances. It serves as a preliminary step in the preparation of financial statements, ensuring that debits equal credits in the accounting system. The trial balance helps identify errors and ensure the accuracy of financial data.

Value added tax return for United Kingdom. The VAT return is a form filed with tax authorities to report VAT liability and claim VAT refunds. It summarizes the value of sales and purchases made by a business during a specific period and calculates the VAT due or refundable. In the United Kingdom, VAT returns are filed regularly by businesses registered for VAT.

Balance sheet. The balance sheet is a financial statement that provides a snapshot of a company's financial position at a specific point in time. It lists the company's assets, liabilities, and shareholders' equity, showing the balance between what the company owns and owes. The balance sheet is a key tool for assessing the financial health and stability of a business.

Profit or loss statement. The profit - loss statement, also known as the income statement, is a financial report that summarizes a company's revenues, expenses, and profits or losses over a specific period. It provides valuable insights into the profitability of the business by showing how revenues compare to expenses. The profit and loss statement is essential for evaluating performance, making financial decisions, and communicating with stakeholders.

List of accounting records logs. The list of accounting records logs contains detailed logs of all accounting transactions and activities. It records every financial event, including entries, modifications, and deletions, along with relevant metadata such as timestamps and user IDs. The logs serve as a comprehensive audit trail for tracking changes, detecting fraud, and ensuring compliance with accounting standards and regulations.