Traducción de ledger en Español:

ledger

libro de contabilidad, n.

Pronunciación /ˈlɛdʒər//ˈlɛdʒə/

nombre

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    libro de contabilidad masculino
    • These two ledgers were scanned and the optimized images imported.
    • He says that a lot of other old artifacts like weights and measures and some bank ledgers were sent to the central museum in Calcutta.
    • Natural capital is a physical asset, like the roads or buildings listed on a city's ledger.
    • On all sides there's no lack of evidence - letters, diaries, minutes, double-entries in ledgers - but less of it was in Scots, and more in the ‘common tongue’.
    • In respect of one option, he suggests that, on the tax side of the ledger, we could move towards a flatter tax structure.
    • The years covered by each of the ledgers, as well as the condition of each ledger, is discussed below.
    • The official club ledgers could accurately be described as the DNA of Everton Football Club.
    • Designed for double-entry bookkeeping, our software has full sales, purchase and nominal ledgers.
    • Batch transaction management ensures only balanced entries are posted to your ledger.
    • Drawing on data, which includes the physical dimensions of the building, the house rules, and the ledgers of the workhouse, a realistic portrayal of inmates' daily experiences can be constructed and interpreted.
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    • Samuel Otis, the first Secretary of the Senate, began the ledger in 1791.
    • If double-entry accounting is the basis of a true accounting system, then the ledgers are the building blocks.
    • There are times when items will go directly to the general ledger without any subledger posting.
    • She held out the ledger and spoke in a voice deliberately pitched too low to be overheard.
    • What follows is a list of Early National and Antebellum ledgers and day books from the North American manuscript holdings in the Department of Special Collections, University Libraries of Notre Dame.
    • Under the four-leg bookkeeping method all transactions, both cash and non-cash, were recorded in the journals and posted to the ledgers using double-entry procedures.
    • Its design lets users establish as many distinct ledgers as are required, such as projects, expenses, accounts payable and accounts receivable.
    • In 1427 Domenico matriculated into the Arte del Cambio, the same guild that had deleted Zanobi's name from its ledger decades earlier.
    • After liberation he started a journey, working his way through the ledger and visiting every single man's family up and down the country, to confirm that their son or husband was dead and where, when and how it had happened.