book-keeping


book-keeping
The keeping of the books of account of a business. The records kept enable a profit and loss account and the balance sheet to be compiled. Most firms now use business software packages of programs to enable the books to be kept by computer.

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  • book-keeping — ˈbook ˌkeeping also book keeping noun [uncountable] ACCOUNTING the recording of all the money received into and paid out from a business: • Every business must have an accounts function where income and expenditure book keeping is done. ˌdouble… …   Financial and business terms

  • Book-keeping —   The business of keeping financial records. The process of analysing and recording transactions in the accounts of an automated system …   International financial encyclopaedia

  • book-keeping — The keeping of the books of account of a business. The records kept enable a profit and loss account and the balance sheet to be compiled. Most firms now use business software packages of programs to enable the books to be kept by computer …   Accounting dictionary

  • book keeping — noun Maintaining the accounts, by written record in the books, or by electronic data entries …   Wiktionary

  • book-keeping — see bookkeeping …   English dictionary

  • book keeping — person who keeps a systematic record of business transactions …   English contemporary dictionary

  • BOOK-KEEPING — …   Useful english dictionary

  • book-keeping machine — buhalterinė mašina statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. accounting machine; booking apparatus; book keeping machine; clerical machine vok. Büromaschine, f; Buchhaltungsmaschine, f; Buchungsmaschine, f rus. бухгалтерская машина, f pranc …   Automatikos terminų žodynas

  • double entry book-keeping — ➔ book keeping …   Financial and business terms

  • single entry book-keeping — ➔ book keeping …   Financial and business terms