a book that records ALL of your business transactions - whether by cash, cheque or credit card.
A book of original entry that includes details of all receipts and payments made by an entity. The details normally include transaction date, method of payment or receipt, amount paid or received, bank statement value (if different), name of payee or payer, general ledger allocation and coding.
a combination of a book of original entry (like a journal) and the ledger account for cash (and often the bank account)
A book used to record details of cash moving in and out of the bank current account.
Records commercial transactions involving cash, including money, drafts, money orders, and checks. The standard cash book included date, memoranda, debit value and credit value
A register which records all transactions passing through a single account. Also used to refer to a Bank book.
A journal where a business's cash sales and purchases are entered. A cash book can also be used to record the transactions of a bank account. The side of the cash book which refers to the cash or bank account can be used as a part of the nominal ledger (rather than posting the entries to cash or bank accounts held directly in the nominal ledger - see 'Three column cash book').
A companyâ€™s record of its cash transactions, both receipts and payments.
Contains record of a firm's cash and bank accounts.
The accounting book which records all payments into and out of the business's bank account.