If you have an account with a bank or a similar organization, you have an arrangement to leave your money there and take some out when you need it.
A company's accounts payable are all the money that it owes to other companies for goods or services that it has received, or a list of these companies and the amounts owed to them.
accounts showing the net worth in a business enterprise
Accounts are detailed records of all the money that a person or business receives and spends .
accounts published in the course of the financial year
the section of a company that deals with the accounts
A company's accounts receivable are all the money that it is owed by other companies for goods or services that it has supplied, or a list of these companies and the amounts that they owe.
chart of accounts:
A chart of accounts is a list of all the accounts used in a business to classify transactions or report balances .
A T account is a type of account that uses two columns to show debits and credits .
abstract of accounts:
a published condensed summary of a company or organization's annual accounts
settle accounts with:
to pay or receive a balance due
A no-account person or thing is one that you consider worthless.
→ another name for account (sense 16b )
by/from all accounts:
If you say that something is true by all accounts or from all accounts, you believe it is true because other people say so.
settle (one's) accounts:
To settle accounts with an enemy or opponent means to bring your fight or quarrel to an end by defeating them.
If a particular thing accounts for a part or proportion of something, that part or proportion consists of that thing, or is used or produced by it.
A bank account is an arrangement with a bank which allows you to keep your money in the bank and to take some out when you need it.
an account with a brokerage which stipulates that the client pays in full for any transactions, rather than being extended credit
an account that is no longer being used and on which no transactions have taken place for a considerable length of time
a bank account that is set up as a repayment method for a customer who has been given a bank loan
See current account (sense 1 )
a personally managed investment account where charges are levied on the basis of the account's total assets
a record of business transactions that shows the total amount of money owed as of the date of the summarizing statement
a current liability account showing amounts payable by a firm to suppliers for purchases of materials, stocks, or services on credit
Brit See bank account
an account with a department store, etc, enabling a customer to make monthly payments to cover his or her past and future purchases
A country's capital account is the part of its balance of payments that is concerned with the movement of capital.
a business arrangement by which a customer may buy goods or services and pay for them within a specified future period
an account at a bank or a building society upon which cheques can be drawn
A contra account is an account with a balance that is the opposite of the normal balance of a related account.
an account to which are posted the debit and credit totals of other accounts, usually in preparation of financial statements
a credit system by means of which customers may obtain goods and services before payment
A current account is a personal bank account which you can take money out of at any time using your cheque book or cash card .
a bank account which allows you to buy goods or services with money that you have put into the account
A deposit account is a type of bank account where the money in it earns interest.
an account out of which an employee, partner, or salesperson may make withdrawals to meet expenses or as advances against expected income
An equity account is an account recording ownership interests in a company.
an account in which money, goods, or a written document are held in escrow
An expense account is an arrangement between an employer and an employee which allows the employee to spend the company's money on things relating to their job, for example travelling or looking after clients .
A frozen account is a bank account that cannot have money withdrawn from it, because of a court order.
an account maintained for a particular item of revenue or income
a bank account registered in the name of two or more persons, any of whom may make deposits and withdrawals
a bank account conducted by a British bank with a foreign bank, usually in the foreign currency
an account compiled at the end of a financial year showing that year's revenue and expense items and indicating gross and net profit or loss
an account at a bank or building society against which cheques may be drawn at any time
an account at a bank that accumulates interest
a savings account in a credit union
the aggregate of short sales on an open market, esp a stock market
a checking account from which money in excess of a specified amount is automatically transferred to another account or to an investment that earns a higher rate of return
an account similar to a traditional bank account, holding cash and securities, and administered by an investment dealer