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define what is the accounting cycle in accounting?
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Weegy: Accounting cycle - An accounting information system is a system of collection, storage and processing of financial and accounting data that is used by decision makers.
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The accounting cycle is:
recording in the journal, posting to the ledger, preparing a trial balance, preparing the financial statements and closing the books.

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