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What are reversing entries? Are they required by GAAP?

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Reversing entries: It is generally used to avoid double counting of expenses and revenues. It has commonly used in situations of expense or revenue accrued in the previous period, and you don't want any accrual to be there in the system for the upcoming period.

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