subsidiary books, it is nothing but a ledger, which can be
maintained by big organization concerns, subsidiary books
includes that cash book, purchase book,
Pí return book, sales books, return book, b/r book, b/p
book and proper journal.
subdidiary book is book of leder and journal, it is a book
of original and primery book. for exp - when a transaction
made we can post here by writing a narretion. so it is a
unque book of original or primary book. There is no need
for maintaing in a separate leder for this.
In the past, traders use to keep record of the transaction
in the journal. But it was Later found not convenient. If
all the transaction are recorded in the journal then the
journal book becomes more thick and difficult to handle it.
In big business houses, it becomes impossible to carry on
the work of recording business transaction. therefore now a
days large scale business firms like to keep record of
transaction in subsidiary books instead of journal.
Subsidiary books are the book of original entry and it is
also called primary records because the first entry of
transaction is made in subsidiary books. On the basis of
subsidiary books postings are made into concerned account
Following types of books are used under subsidiary books.
1. Purchase book
2. Sales book
3. Cash book
4. Purchase return book
5. Sales return book
6. Bills received book
what is the usage of Acounting standard?, what is deferred
tax?, what is operating Expenses and incomes?, what is the
difference between subsidary and holding company? and what
is right share and right issue?