double-entry bookkeeping

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Noun1.double-entry bookkeeping - bookkeeper debits the transaction to one account and credits it to another
bookkeeping, clerking - the activity of recording business transactions
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The foundation of modern accounting began during the Renaissance period when Italian mathematician Luca Pacioli published a book detailing the benefits of a double-entry system for recording accounting transactions that provided greater transparency to shareholders.
Omani and Saudi nationals are also eligible for obtaining double-entry or multiple entry visas for a period of six months to two years at the Embassy of Ukraine in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and at authorised Ukrainian Visa centres in Saudi.
He covers religion, capitalism, and the rise of double-entry bookkeeping; how to bring cows to Athens; a fascinating oikos; Oikoidal qualities: rasse, volk, and nation; market or oikoidal religion: the case of ancient Judaism; settlers between East and West; on the origin of market relations in (Asian) history; town and country in Chinese history: an overview; old market-oikos theories; and a sparring partner for all seasons.
SOUTH Gosforth Social Club staged its double-entry Open Competition on Saturday.
The simple definition of fintech is the application of innovative technology to financial services and actually goes back to invention of double-entry bookkeeping.
The inspectors were checking possible double-entry accounting and premeditated concealment of turnover in order to significantly lower taxes and social security contributions owed.
Set in approximately 1.4 acres of land, this captivating property welcomes you with its sweeping double-entry driveway.
The Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA) rejected investors' demands to abolish restrictions on international transfers of the Global Depositary Receipts (GDR) and double-entry stocks registered in foreign markets.
Another durable beauty is the Genteel Jacket, which features a detachable hood with an adjuster and removable faux fur trim; zip access at cuffs; inner ribbed collar and cuffs; one chest zip pocket; two double-entry lower pockets (hand warmer pockets to the top entry and zip access to the side entry); part polyester technical mesh and part satin diamond quilted lining; detachable snowskirt with stretch panel and gel gripper tape; multiple internal pockets suitable for MP3 players and goggles; and a concealed zipped internal ski pass pocket.
Constitution--Soil emphasizes the financial effects of good procedures, double-entry bookkeeping, and independent audits.
This delightful book is based on the false premise that the work of Luca Pacioli on double-entry bookkeeping in the fifteenth century could somehow "make or break the planet" today (226).