The systematic recording of a companys financial transactions. The two most...
The art of recording pecuniary or business transactions in a regular and systematic manner, so as to show their relation to each other, and the state of the business in which they occur; the art of keeping accounts. The books commonly used are a daybook, cashbook, journal, and ledger. See Daybook, Cashbook, Journal, and Ledger.
The process of recording financial transactions and keeping financial records.
or book-keeping - recording financial data by writing down the details of transactions.
Recording of all financial incomings and outgoings.
Recording of monetary transactions, appropriately classified, in the financial records of an entity, either by manual means, or otherwise.
The process of recording business transactions in the accounting records
the activity of recording business transactions
This is the process of entering data into an accounting system, including the amount, date, and source of each revenue or expense. No accounting system will work without reliable bookkeeping.
The art, practice, or labor involved in the systematic recording of the transactions affecting a business.
The process of recording all financial transactions into accounting documentation. It is very important to keep precise, accurate and complete financial records. A good bookkeeping system will provide considerable help to you.
the act of keeping a systematic account of financial transactions.
The recording of financial transactions electronically or manually. The record-keeping part of the accounting process.
The process of recording business transactions into the accounting records. The "books" are the documents in which the records of transactions are kept.
The record-making phase of accounting.
Bookkeeping is the process of recording monetary transactions in the financial records of a business. Originally, bookkeeping was a time-consuming manual process. However, it is now largely mechanised through the wide-range of bookkeeping software programmes. (See double-entry bookkeeping)
The act of systematically recording the financial transactions affecting a business.
Bookkeeping (also commonly referred to as book-keeping, book keeping or bookeeping) is the recording of all financial transactions undertaken by a business (or an individual). A bookkeeper (or accounting clerk) is a person who keeps the books of an organization. The organization might be a business, a charity or a local sports club.