account book


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Planters used account books to deploy labor as efficiently as possible.
Taipei City, Taiwan, May 17, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Ares International Corp., a publicly-listed software company in Taiwan, recently hosted a fixed assets tax account book application seminar to assist Oracle EBS (Enterprise Business Suite) users to precisely grasp enterprise fixed asset calculation, enabling treasury and IT personnel to complete tax account book maintenance and account settlement.
The figure has emerged from his account book, which went on show in London yesterday.
Examination of specimen pages from the Folger Library account book shows that it is the same size, uses the same format and is written with the same hand as the Aberystwyth volume.
Blockchain technology dispersion manages and synchronizes account book information such as transaction history, thereby helping to ensure that account books cannot be falsified.
This work is a complete and extensively annotated Dutch-to-English translation of an account book of the mid-18th century.
The main account book of the Suleymaniye was about twenty pages long and full of details (see MAD (2) 1954, MAD 2094, MAD 4503, MAD 5758, MAD 5832).
Like all good microhistories, an exceptional source lies at the core, in this case, Heritage's account book for 1501-20.
The Peterloo Relief Fund Account Book is one of the first documents to be inscribed on the UK Memory of the World Register.
"Whoever owns that account book is lucky it was sent to an honest member of society like Mrs Farrel."
Teesside Joint Archives Committee is being told next week that accessions to the archive have included a diary and account book of farmer Thomas Swinburne, of Owton Manor and Rift House, in Hartlepool.
One of the most important items in the archive of the Van Gogh Museum is a small and rather scruffy account book, started by Vincent's brother Theo at the time of his marriage to Johanna (Jo) Bonger in 1889.
The account book also records Rougemont's religious exercises, revealing his spiritual as well as material life.
* An account book, diary, statement of expense or similar log in which the taxpayer lists each element of an expenditure at or near the time it was made.