adjusted trial balance

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A trial balance to which adjustments have been made; for example, there may be prepayments and accruals that need to be taken into account. Separate columns are used for these adjustments, one for debits and one for credits. Once the trial balance has been adjusted in this way, it forms the basis for the profit and loss account and balance sheet.

Subjects: Accounting.

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