Accounting Records(redirected from book of account)
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All documents that one uses to prepare financial statements and that one may use to defend against an audit. Accounting records include receipts, ledgers, sales records, and so forth. In the United States, one generally must retain accounting records for seven years in order to verify any irregularities that may be discovered later.
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