In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1partida simple femininebefore noun single-entry bookkeeping — contabilidad por partida simple feminine
- In terms of accounting, Bell used single-entry bookkeeping which satisfied his needs in terms of accuracy and memory.
- The recording method earned the name ‘three legs’ because double-entry was used for recording credit transactions and single-entry for recording cash transactions.
- Although the double-entry concept was applied, most Japanese merchants practiced single-entry bookkeeping, called the daifukucho.
- The adequacy of single-entry accounting to meet the reporting needs of small businesses in early America confirms the findings reported by others, including Baxter, Densmore, Bruchey and Chatfield.
- During this period there was sophisticated budgetary control and single-entry bookkeeping systems.
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