Definitions for "Ledger "
Ledger is a command-line accounting program which uses a simple text file as a ledger, yet provides powerful facilities for working with commodities, accounts, transactions, etc. It can also read Gnucash data files directly.
An accounting book of final entry where transactions are listed in separate accounts.
A book in which a summary of accounts is laid up or preserved; the final book of record in business transactions, in which all debits and credits from the journal, etc., are placed under appropriate heads.
Keywords:  joist, lumber, beam, masonry, stud
A horizontal piece of timber secured to the uprights and supporting floor timbers, a staircase, scaffolding, or the like. It differs from an intertie in being intended to carry weight.
A wood or metal member bolted to a masonry wall to carry floor joists ceiling joists, or rafters.
The wood or metal members attached to a beam, studding, or wall used to support joist or rafter ends.
Keywords:  tomb, gravemarker, grave, stone, esp
A large flat stone, esp. one laid over a tomb.
a slab of stone used horizontally to cover a tomb.
A large rectangular gravemarker usually of stone, set parallel with the ground to cover the grave opening or grave surface.
Keywords:  sway, see
see sway
a publication of the Oregon Historic Cemeteries Association, Inc
A ledger (preceded by a red square) contains a hierarchy of funds within the same fiscal year. They control a set of rules governing the behavior and availability of funds. They tell you "who" has access to money, "when" one can use given funds, and "where" in the library can funds be used. Ledgers can be associated with one or more policy groups.
Keywords:  irs, analyzed, chapter, easily, dealing
A form for listing Income and Expenses in a way that they can be easily analyzed so appropriate action can be taken. Helpful for managing expenses. Very useful when dealing with the IRS. Also see One-Write System, Chapter 3.
Paper size - 11" X 17"
Stiff, heavy paper designed to withstand a maximum of handling
This is where actual expenditures are "posted" by Controllers and where figures get audited. This is the Controllers Office primary source of data.
An illustration of a policy's future values that includes the premium, cash value, and insurance amounts, as well as annuity payment amounts at retirement.
Keywords:  score, back