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There are several differences between book keeping and accounting. Book keeping is the process of recording all the financial transactions. On the other hand accounting is a larger process that records, classifies, analyses and creates a summarization of all the financial data.
2015-12-07T22:01:46+05:30 keeping is the primary satge and basis of accounting but Accounting is a secondry stage
2. Accounting starts where book keeping ends.
3. book keeping has no branch but accounting has several branch ex. gen. a/c, cost a/c etc