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Synonyms for bookkeeping

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Understand that all Moffett wanted from day one was to square the WRU balance books with four regions and four regions only.
The former champions were more than pounds 100million in debt a year ago and couldn't find the last pounds 13m by the middle of last week to balance books.
I understand the need to balance books but we must stop all the bickering and fighting.
KeyCorp's cash management products and services help small business owners manage business finances, balance books and maximize investments.
Mr McGrath added customers shouldn't have to fill the hole in the banks' balance books made by tracker mortgages.
Neat balance books and a lack of debt are admirable and responsible.
Sir Albert, whose Labour administration took over the council in May, said this was the beginning of the end for local government as the only way to balance books was by only providing services for which the council has a statutory responsibility.
Milford Haven Port Authority receives over pounds 25m in income each year and its profits must be re-invested locally to develop the Pembrokeshire economy - rather than simply vanishing into the balance books of some faceless corporation hundreds of miles away.
i) Consider your reasons for selling: Selling the family silver is fraught with complexities that extend well beyond the balance books.
Councils in every corner of the country are facing the same pressures trying to balance books while also funding empty school places.
With United and Arsenal, the rest felt they were within touching distance, chasing clubs who had to answer to shareholders, who had to balance books and recognise budgets.
However, that change in numbers is one McDonnell wants to recreate in the balance books as well as in the league tables.