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cash book

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Definition of cash book in English:

noun

A book in which receipts and payments of money are recorded.
Example sentences
  • Realtime integration between financial ledgers and the cash book provides comprehensive, up-to-the-minute management information.
  • In summary, therefore, we feel it was reasonable to give a turnover certification based upon the basic records, i.e. the cash book.
  • Hersey's surviving accounting records do not take the form of a day book, a ledger, or a cash book.

Words that rhyme with cash book

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