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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 books were poorly written without recognising any withdrawals of cash for office use as is the norm,' Lonyangapuo said.
It happens that when I opened my first cheque book account in the 1960s I started to keep a cash book so that I could keep tabs on what was coming in and going out each month.
Divorcee Seal began claiming his dad's weekly pension in 1970 using the o l d -style cash books. He opened an account in his father's name in 1995 when the system changed so that payments went straight into it.
The cash books give an interesting picture of how the Waterlander church reached out to a great variety of needy English people.
Making entries into enormous ledgers and cash books. It was a very small windowless office in a very old building.
Boarders booksellers have announced that they will take a significant amount of Cash books due out in the next few months while Virgin Entertainment Group has said that 23 of its megastores will stock all of the Johnny Cash books to be released.
Four of these might be described as Cash Books and another as an Analysis Book.
She would cover for this by altering the cash books and sales ledgers."
Treasurer Martin Gomez - armed with a trolley-load of accounts and cash books - attended the meeting and answered questions.
However, a review of the cash books in the two accounts reflected a balance of Sh7.9 million at Rafiki Bank and Sh1.4 million at Family Bank and the auditors could not ascertain the "accuracy and validity" of the Sh76 million figure.
He says the statement of the county financial assets reflected a balance of Sh1.35 billion but the cash books were not presented for audit.