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Bookkeeper

A person who records financial transactions. That is, bookkeepers maintain financial records, noting expenses or revenue, and determining how much one owes or is owed. Bookkeeping is related to, but distinct from, accounting. While accountants create reports based on financial information, bookkeepers record the information itself.
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The book keeper was encouraged to write Game On Northumberland after market customers repeatedly asked for her help.
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Some companies do their own books; others will use a book keeper to help.
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She later was a book keeper for the Church Travel Agency for 20 years before retiring in 1999.
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Retired book keeper Pat, 71, and former local government officer Jim, 72, have two sons, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild.
She claims she walked out of the job with book keeper Mary Davis and office manager Ann Watson in September because of his outrageous behaviour.
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Artificial insemination comes under the spotlight, with Stud Book keeper Charles Blanning and breeding guru Floyd Amphlett not wholly in agreement on its virtues or otherwise.
Whichever colour of government rules, they become book keepers, as soon as they get their hands, on power.