bookkeeper

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} sayman
{i} defter tutan kimse
{i} muhasebeci

Tom bir muhasebeci değil. - Tom isn't a bookkeeper.

Tom bir muhasebeciydi. - Tom was a bookkeeper.

(Ticaret) defter tutan kişi
bookkeeping : muhasebecilik
i., muh. defter tutan kimse
bookkeeping
muhasebecilik

Muhasebecilik yapabilir misin? - Can you do bookkeeping?

bookkeeping
saymanlık
bookkeeping
{i} defter tutma

Tom defter tutma metodumuzu benimsedi. - Tom adopted our method of bookkeeping.

bookkeeping
(Mukavele) muhasebe

Muhasebecilik yapabilir misin? - Can you do bookkeeping?

bookkeeping
i., muh. defter tutma
İngilizce - İngilizce
A person responsible for keeping records or documents, such as of a business
{n} one that keeps another's accounts
One who keeps accounts; one who has the charge of keeping the books and accounts in an office
{i} one who manages financial records (Note: this is the only word in the English language that contains three consecutive double letters)
a person who keeps account books or systematic records of money transactions
A bookkeeper is a person whose job is to keep an accurate record of the money that is spent and received by a business or other organization
someone who records the transactions of a business
a person who records the accounts or transactions of a business in a general ledger
One engaged in bookkeeping The term is applied to a person who does all the bookkeeping of an enterprise, or whose work is specialized, such as one who maintains the general ledger or who works on accounts receivable A bookkeeper may also be an accountant, if, in addition he/she prepares or supervises the preparation of financial statements from the accounts, designs and modifies the methods employed, or supervises transaction recording
bookkeeping
accounting: the skill or practice of keeping books or systematic records of financial transactions, e.g. income and expenses
bookkeeping
Present participle of bookkeep
full-charge bookkeeper
an employee of a small business, who performs all of the bookkeeping tasks of that business, with little or no supervision. Tasks include but are not limited to: accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, payroll taxes, and financial statements
bookkeeping
{n} the art or act of keeping accounts
bookkeepers
plural of bookkeeper
bookkeeping
the part of accounting that involves recording economic transactions and events, either electronically or manually (also known as recordkeeping) (p 7)
bookkeeping
Bookkeeping is the job or activity of keeping an accurate record of the money that is spent and received by a business or other organization. accountancy. Recording of the money values of business transactions. Bookkeeping provides the information from which accounts are prepared but is distinct from accounting. Bookkeeping offers information on both the current value, or equity, of an enterprise and on its change in value (due to profit or loss) over a given time period. Managers require such information to examine the results of operations and budget for the future; investors need it to make decisions about buying or selling securities; and credit grantors use it to determine whether to grant a loan. Financial records were kept in Babylon and in ancient Greece and Rome. The double-entry method of bookkeeping began with the development of the Italian commercial republics of the 15th century. The Industrial Revolution stimulated the spread of bookkeeping, and 20th-century taxation and government regulations made it a necessity. Two types of records continue to be used in bookkeeping journals and ledgers. They can be recorded by hand or entered into a computer. The journal contains daily transactions (sales, purchases, etc.), while the ledger contains the record of individual accounts. Each month an income statement and a balance sheet are posted in the ledger
bookkeeping
The recording of transactions
bookkeeping
the act of keeping a systematic account of financial transactions
bookkeeping
The systematic recording of a company's financial transactions
bookkeeping
{i} managing of financial records
bookkeeping
The process of recording transactions in an entity's books of accounts (Source: FHA Handbook 4370 4 REV-1, Appendix 2)
bookkeeping
The process of recording business transactions into the accounting records The "books" are the documents in which the records of transactions are kept
bookkeeping
The books commonly used are a daybook, cashbook, journal, and ledger
bookkeeping
The process of collecting, classifying, recording and summarizing a business's financial transactions in what are known as journals and ledgers
bookkeeping
The act of systematically recording the financial transactions affecting a business
bookkeeping
The art of recording pecuniary or business transactions in a regular and systematic manner, so as to show their relation to each other, and the state of the business in which they occur; the art of keeping accounts
bookkeeping
The recording of financial transactions The record keeping part of accounting
bookkeeping
The art, practice, or labor involved in the systematic recording of the transactions affecting a business The invention of the double-entry bookkeeping system is generally credited to Luca Pacioli
bookkeeping
the process of recording financial transactions in a set of books, in an organized manner Bookkeeping records may be in a manual system or a computerized system The standard accepted manner of bookkeeping is the 'double entry' system using debits and credits
bookkeeping
the activity of recording business transactions
bookkeeping
The system of keeping the accounts (in former times on books, hence the name)
bookkeeping
The art, practice, or labor involved in the systematic recording of the transactions affecting a business
bookkeeping
See Daybook, Cashbook, Journal, and Ledger
bookkeeping
Recording accounting transactions
Türkçe - İngilizce

bookkeeper teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

muhasebe memuru accountant or bookkeeper
in a government bureau
bookkeeper