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bookkeeping in Business management topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbookkeepingbook‧keep‧ing /ˈbʊkˌkiːpɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  BBBthe job or activity of recording the financial accounts of an organizationaccountancy
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bookkeepingHoney, all right, this is not a bookkeeping firm.Arcane bookkeeping procedures, however, probably conceal an even greater amount.Before we can deal with the family in any realistic way, though, we have to do some family bookkeeping.He had a taste for bookkeeping, had Con.This is more than an abstract exercise in bookkeeping, because we protect only what we value.But it was soon apparent to her that bookkeeping would just not be enough.Of course, the same result could be achieved without putting the bookkeeping through a Loans Fund.Do you have specific skills, such as writing, typing, bookkeeping, administration in general?