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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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The cash book illustration concludes with a summary of monthly receipts and payments to reveal "how much the Gentleman's Estate Produces Yearly more than he Expends.
115) RB Advances/Day Book 1912-14, Shop/Day Book 1913-15, Store Cash Book 1912-14, THSA.
The cash books give an interesting picture of how the Waterlander church reached out to a great variety of needy English people.
Alan Pritchard (53), who ran Pritchard and Co in Corporation Street, Birmingham, told the city's Crown Court that the cash book must have been falsified because he normally would only draw about pounds 150 a week for personal use.
LINKS software spans check and EFT payments, remittance advice, purchase orders, invoices and statement printing, automatic faxing, receipting, electronic bank statements and full cash book reconciliation and cash receiving.
Tenders are invited for Printing and supply of Revenue Cash Book, Work Cash Book, Agreement Register, Bill Rivision Register, Complaint Register & Testing Register Etc Under EDC Etawah.
During the course of investigation, it was revealed that the accused Imdadullah, Director / incharge (BPS - 22) of Institute of Chemical Sciences, University of Peshawar deliberately maintained the cash book entries in a manner for embezzlement of amount.
According to a release of the NAB here Wednesday, it was revealed during the course of investigation that accused Imdadullah Director ad In-charge of Institute of Chemical Sciences deliberately maintained the cash book entries in a manner for embezzlement of amount.
Another consequence of treating the accounts as a super cash book is that everything is seen as income or expense.