1. The private sector accounting prepared accrual basis but public sector Accounting prepared cash basis. 2. The public sector account fixed assets treated expense but Private sector account fixed assets treated capital. 3. The public sector account analysis report Public but private sector account analysis report not public. 4. The public sector account fixed assets not calculated depreciation but private sector account fixed assets depreciation calculated.
The difference between public sector and private sector is that when you're in the public sector you work for the government whereas private sector is not. Same applies to accounting.
Public accounting includes any accounting work that a company performs for another company. Examples would be audits, tax compliance, consulting, etc. The "Big 4" (KPMG, Deloitte & Touche, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and Ernst & Young) are the dominant firms that provide public accounting services. Private accounting is accounting work that is done for your own company. Every company has some form of an internal accounting department and those employees would be considered private accountants.
there is no difference
What is the difference between private stafford and plus student loans?
Difference between public and private administration
Publicly traded companies are required to have audits. Reviews are similar to audits, but are less comprehensive in scope. Private companies often opt for reviews instead of audits because they are less costly. Private companies may also request an accounting review in order to meet the requirements of a lender or private investor.
Public is open, private is closed.
Public is the opposite of private.
Public and Private Hospitals
private sectors are more private than public sectors