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Bookkeeping

The process of systematically and methodically recording the financial accounts and transactions of an entity.

Double-entry bookkeeping is an accounting system that requires that for every financial transaction there must be a debit and a credit. When merchandise is sold for cost, there is a debit to cash and a credit to sales.

See: accounting, computation, registration
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It may also be possible to become a bookkeeper through an apprenticeship scheme.
I am proud to be able to call myself a Registered Bookkeeper.
From a salary of P10,000 per month, Baltazar's pay was increased by Napoles to P45,000 in 2011 when the bookkeeper started to get involved in the forging of many documents.
They neither print nor indicate reference to any method of deciding whether a particular direction is likely to have been inscribed by a playwright, a theatre bookkeeper, or anyone else.
Kalokohan, Cecile as president approves expenses reports submitted to her by the bookkeeper and does not go over all the receipts of expenses submitted to her," Arroyo said.
Team Valley-based Access Training is offering a Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping after the National Apprenticeship Service reported local firms were finding it difficult to recruit and train suitable bookkeepers.
Sadly, our bookkeeper is no longer with us to confirm this story.
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Douglas County Sheriff's detectives have arrested a 53-year-old Wenatchee resident, who is suspected of stealing more than $165,000 from an East Wenatchee design company, where he was employed as the bookkeeper.
One day in early 1924, Rockwell walked into a local stationery store hoping to convince the manager, Dave Campion-one of his favorite models--to pose as a bookkeeper sitting at his desk while daydreaming of sailing the high seas with all the excitement, treasure, and adventure one could imagine.
The research by the Forensic Accounting firm, Warfield & Associates, covered the period 2005-11 and analysed 65 criminal convictions in Australia for fraud offences where a bookkeeper was directly responsible for the fraud.
I notified my bookkeeper to come in on Saturday to prepare the final paycheck.