The activity or occupation of keeping records of the financial affairs of a business,
The activity or occupation of keeping records of the financial affairs of a business
the activity of recording business transactions
Bookkeeping is the recording of financial transactions. Transactions include sales, purchases, income, and payments by an individual or organization. Bookkeeping is usually performed by a bookkeeper. Bookkeeping should not be confused with accounting. ...
accounting: the skill or practice of keeping books or systematic records of financial transactions, e.g. income and expenses
(bookkeeper) A person responsible for keeping records or documents, such as of a business
(Bookkeeper) A clerical worker who maintains the financial records that an accountant shapes into usable information.
(BOOKKEEPER) Trainman who makes out reports; flagman
(Bookkeeper) is the term most fansubs of the series (before it was licensed) used to classify the partners of the demons.
A bookkeeper's task had very little to do with accounting. He directly supervised the agricultural laborers in the field, usually on a sugar estate.(See Occupations)
The service of maintaining the basic accounting records of a business usually to trial balance, sometimes with associated other services such as VAT returns.
Accounting support functions performed by the book keeper. Bookkeeping is the most basic of the accounting duties and requires less education and experience.
a paper showing the balances of the open accounts of a business, the debit and credit balances footing up equally, if the system of accounts be complete and the balances correctly taken.
The business of maintaining a financial record of a company’s day-to-day transactions. This record forms the basis of the company’s annual accounts.
process of recording commercial transactions in a systematic and established procedure. These records provide the basis for the preparation of accounts.
The recording of financial transactions electronically or manually. The record-keeping part of the accounting process.
The record keeping aspect of accounting that is applied in the preparation of financial statements for taxation and other data that companies and individuals use to keep track of business and personal expenses and obligations.
We're often asked the difference between bookkeeping and accounting. Think of bookkeeping as more of the day to day transactions that take place in a business and the maintenance of this data entry. ...
The record making phase of accounting. Entering transactions into journals. Paying bills. Preparing sales invoices.
directors are generally required to keep proper records. They may be required to prepare audited accounts. Specific requirements vary between jurisdictions and may depend on the nature of the company's activity. ...
The technique of keeping accounts- of recording in a regular, concise and accurate manner the business transactions of an entity in a set of books kept for the purpose