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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From micro-businesses, using the cloud-based cash ledger Essentials Cashbook, to SMEs needing solutions with payroll capability in AccountRight, through to larger businesses requiring the cloud-ERP enterprise solution MYOB Advanced.
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.
Infor, the leading provider of business software for mid-market companies, today announced Electronic Banking for System i, powered by Cashbook.
This is the cashbook for the New Lanark Institution.
I was writing up the cashbook when the phone rang and a very nice wifie said that a competition my husband entered had won him pounds 1000 of vouchers.
Xero covers the general ledger, cashbook, debtors and creditors etc.
A new and more up-to-date business and accounting system was required by the charity and the product offering from IRIS Enterprise Software was selected due to its core financial modules including the General Ledger, the Sales and Purchase Ledgers and the Cashbook.
See Lionel Cranfill's Cashbook, Sackville MSS (London: HMSO, 1940), vol.
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.