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Cashbook

An accounting book that is composed of cash receipts plus disbursements. This balance is posted to the cash account in the ledger.

Cashbook

A record of a company's cash deposits and withdrawals. The cashbook is part of a company's ledger and is periodically checked against its bank statements to ensure that the accounting it accurate.
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It is a habit that I have continued ever since, and I have, in my filing cabinet, cash books going back to the 1970s.
Only last week, a honourable judge of the Supreme Court, addressing a ceremony in Islamabad, called on participants of a financial management workshop to 'always rely on your cash book, your cheque book and your law book.
Certainly no prude, Elgar was in his oils on these occasions, standing near the showers long after the steam had clouded his spectacles, inventing excuses to linger on, sometimes strutting importantly with his little red cash book and gold propelling pencil, casting a blind eye upon those who were leaning heavily upon him with their expenses, and giving as good as he got when there was any backchat about money.
The same day police uncovered Vicky Clayton's cash book, they found 96g of amphetamine worth nearly pounds 1,000 in a sock in the family kitchen and snapbags, which are used for small amounts of drugs in the garage.
Some of the old racegoers who have been in touch had great stories to tell and I came across a cash book at the track dating back to 1932 when crowds of 4,000 were the norm.
All VECs are maintaining the cash book and are playing significant roles in enrollment, retention and regular attendance of students, and maintenance of school compounds.
If you have a small business, you may find a cash book sufficient for record keeping, although a sales ledger and purchase ledger will enable you to record sales, purchases on credit and keep track of amounts owed to you.
You need a system for storing all your purchase and sales invoices, a petty cash system and a cash book to summarise all the information.
Isaac Harby's manuscript prayer book and the cash book from his academy epitomize Charleston's Jewish intelligentsia of the early 1800s.
For one whose family had earned a reputation -- and a lot of money -- as the founder of the cash book, the young man's journey from London to distant Ceylon in the late 1870s in pursuit of a career in tea planting came as a surprise.