Manage the business and financial operations of your company.

Modern accounting functions for business are extremely complex, with various functions that must be integrated in order to enhance the overall health of the company and performance. These functions include journal entries and general ledgers, as well with financial statements, including statements on income and balance sheets. In addition, a financial manager is often required to make decisions on how best to use the cash resources of the business; it could be paying dividends to stockholders or shareholders, taking out debt to retire, purchasing short-term securities from the government or business sector or using the excess funds to expand the company by purchasing other firms. The goal is to make sure that the business has enough funds to cover operating expenses and growth opportunities. This article describes how these business transactions and financial processes are handled.