Cashbook


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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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A MRIN reportedly told the CBI and the ED that she had handed over the diary, pen drive cashbook to an officer of Electronics Complex police station under Bidhannagar Commissionerate, which first began the probe.
So far, one credit union, Mount Lehman Credit Union in Mount Lehman, British Columbia, has implemented Cashbook.
The electronic banking solution that we use from Cashbook has enabled us to dramatically reduce the number of bank accounts and time taken to complete payment runs, as well as provide complete visibility into our global cash balances at all times, said David Bailey, financial accountant, Formica.
Crafts, Patriotic Studies (1910), 52-53; Cashbook in International Reform Federation Collection, Bentley Library.
She denied taking the money and altering a cashbook to cover her tracks or trying to implicate another person.
Alternatively, if you have a fully balanced cashbook and all your invoices and receipts are cross referenced to the cashbook, you will make the accountant's life very much easier.
DO$H Cashbook assumes the user has no knowledge of book-keeping.
The cashbook on the servicing system did not accurately reflect the actual cash in the P&I account, causing the servicer to advance more than $2 million unnecessarily for a year.
A particularly interesting case is that of a principal of Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya in Delhi against whom the CVC advised major action for " proven misconduct of unauthorised absenting from school without prior intimation, misusing PTA funds and for entering bogus bills in the school cashbook and showing them as spent on PTA meetings.
The Java-based product, which was developed by the Irish software company Cashbook, has been in use by many System i shops for some time, and will now be sold and supported directly by Infor.
The third finalist is Xero Live, from New Zealand, which is a hosted accounting service for SMEs and provides a web-based accounting system covering general ledger, cashbook, debtors and creditors.
Using the workbook and a cashbook, users have the information needed to apply the Control Freak recipe, she claims.