Accounting Dictionary - Letter P

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Permanent accounts
(also called real accounts) are balance sheet accounts which are not closed at the end of an accounting period. Balances in permanent accounts are carried forward into the next accounting period. Asset, liability, and most equity accounts are examples of permanent accounts.
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