Accounting / July 19, 2018 / Khloe Santiago
The legal form of a capital lease is that the business never owns the asset, however because under a capital lease the rights and risks of ownership are transferred to the business, for accounting purposes the substance of the agreement is reflected and the asset is treated like any other asset, as if it had been purchased by the business.
Receipts are the amount of cash a business takes in during any one accounting period. Receipts are cash sales, as well as money received on a customer's account. Receipts also include any cash received in the business from any source, including loan or credit line proceeds or funding from investors. Cash receipts are shown on the cash flow statement, which is helpful in showing how much money is available for the business to pay its financial obligations.
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