profit & loss format The basic economic unit of society in the primitive society of the clan, tribe, slave owners in the slave society, feudal society's family and the manual workshop, after the evolution of the form of this modern form in a capitalist society was born enterprise. It can be seen that shares and shares are the relationship between form and content and cannot be confused. The concept of accounting income is called accounting income. According to the traditional view, the accounting income refers to the difference between the realized income and the corresponding expenses. It has the following characteristics: A possible reason for the gasoline smell of a car Historically, the concept of income has first appeared in economics. Adam Smith, in the wealth of nations, defined income as "the amount of consumption that is not eroded by capital", and saw it as an increase in wealth. Later, most economists inherited and developed this view. 1890, ai (Alfred Marshall Maarshell) in its "the principles of economics," the Adam Smith's "wealth increase" enterprise, introduced the concept of earnings, is proposed to distinguish the entity capital and value-added benefits of economic benefits. The unique bottle is also adorned by a range of eye-catching, hand designed labels. Each label is divided into three distinct parts: The first, an ordered pattern to represent ‘method', the middle panel showcases the logo and the third, a marbling pattern created to represent ‘madness’. The division of labor is becoming more and more elaborate, the process is more and more complicated, and the coordination is more strict. To put these complex organisms organized scientifically, make each link and department activities can join each other in time, space and Numbers, both around the overall objectives, and acted, coordinate each other, there must be a strict plan. The organization, coordination, control and so on in management, if there is no plan, is as unthinkable as the automobile assembly plant without the design of the process.