Definition of Method of accounting
1. Noun. A bookkeeper's chronological list of related debits and credits of a business; forms part of a ledger of accounts.
Group relationships: Account Book, Book, Book Of Account, Ledger, Leger
Specialized synonyms: Control Account, Accounting Entry, Entry, Ledger Entry, Credit Side, Debit Side, Accrual Basis, Cash Basis, Pooling Of Interest, Audit, Audited Account, Limited Review, Review
Generic synonyms: Register
Derivative terms: Account
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Literary usage of Method of accounting
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1. Descriptive Catalogue of the Documents Relating to the History of the United by Roscoe R. Hill, Archivo General de Indias (1916)
"... military matters, epidemic of smallpox; observations on new method of accounting; copies of letters of William Panton; copies of various royal orders; ..."
2. Federal Income Tax, War-profits and Excess-profits Taxes: Including Stamp by George Edwin Holmes (1920)
"... period is the taxable year which is the time unit for the purpose of the tax.1 It must also be computed with respect to a definite method of accounting. ..."
3. The Divine Pedigree of Man, Or, The Testimony of Evolution and Psychology to by Thomson Jay Hudson (1899)
"His method of accounting for his Facts not so Ingenuous, or he has failed to see their Trend. — His Invitation to Philosophers. — His Promised Rewards to ..."
4. Cost Accounting: Principles and Practice by John Packard Jordan, Gould Leach Harris (1920)
"The third method of accounting for by-products is as follows: Arbitrary values are assigned to by-products when separated from main products. ..."