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Relationships Related Term:  account book cash book daybook journal shop book waste book n. ~ A document containing a record of debits, credits, and other financial transactions, typically organized [..]
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Dimensional lumber attached to a building framing and used for supporting the section of a deck adjacent to the building.
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c. 1400, " a book that lies permanently in some specified place" (especially a large copy of a breviary in a church), noun from leggen "to place, lay" (see lay (v.)). Perhaps forme [..]
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Volumes of final entry in accounting in which are entered debits, credits, and all other money transactions under each individual account or heading.
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A "book" containing accounts. For example, there is the general ledger that contains the balance sheet and income statement accounts. There is a subsidiary ledger that contains the detailed, [..]
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Definition An accounting book of final entry where transactions are listed in separate accounts.
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A type of blankbook, often ruled in columns for use in bookkeeping to record accounts, usually containing entries for credits, debits, and other commercial transactions. Click here to see a 1920s exam [..]
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To dream of keeping a ledger, you will have perplexities and disappointing conditions to combat. To dream that you make wrong entries on your ledger, you will have small disputes and a slight loss will befall you. To put a ledger into a safe, you will be able to protect your rights under adverse circumstances. To get your ledger misplaced, your int [..]
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Any book of accounts containing the summaries of debit and credit entries.
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A slab of stone used horizontally to cover a tomb.
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Ledger is a book of accounts in which data from transactions recorded in journals are posted and thereby classified and summarized. The ledger is typically divided up into following: A) Purchases/Cred [..]
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The wooden perimeter frame lumber member that bolts onto the face of a foundation wall and supports the wood structural floor.
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A book of final entry containing all the accounts of a business or all the accounts of a particular type. Some examples are general ledgers and accounts receivable ledgers.
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A piece of wood which is attached to a beam to support joists.
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a record of business transactions kept by type or account. Journal entries are usually transferred to ledgers.
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A length of board, that is horizontally attached to the side of a house and holds up one edge of a deck. Linear Feet:
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back-score
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In frame construction, a horizontal member which is attached to a wall, beam or posts for the purpose of supporting the ends of joists etc.
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A book in which the accounts of a business are kept. The main types of ledger are the nominal ledger, containing the nominal accounts which list revenue and costs, the sales ledger which lists the sales accounts of customers, and the purchase ledger which lists the purchase accounts of suppliers.
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A group of accounts in which are recorded the financial transactions of the state. Refer to GENERAL LEDGER
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In scaffolding, the horizontal members running along the scaffold. They support transomes or putlogs.
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A book for keeping notes, especially one for keeping accounting records. (accounting) A collection of accounting entries consisting of credits and debits. (construction) A board attached to a wa [..]
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A ledger is the principal book or computer file for recording and totaling economic transactions measured in terms of a monetary unit of account by account type, with debits and credits in separate co [..]
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A ledger is a book for recording transactions. Ledger may also refer to: Ledger (surname) Ledger (software) SQL-Ledger ledger stone: a flat stone slab covering a grave In construction a ledger is a h [..]
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Ledger is a command-line based double-entry bookkeeping application. Accounting data is stored in a plain text file, using a simple format, which the users prepare themselves using other tools. Ledger [..]
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Ledger is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Barry Ledger (born 1962), English rugby league footballer Bob Ledger (born 1937), English former professional football player Charles Led [..]
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The place where the transactions are recorded. Information can be sent to ledgers and reported back from ledgers. Comparisons can be made between them, for example, actuals versus budgets. 
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A book “laid up” in the counting-house, and containing the debits and credits of the merchant or tradesman, arranged under “heads.” (Dutch legen, to lay; whence leg [..]
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