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Answer / dr. r. b. sharma
Cash book has one, two and three columns.
(a) One column cash book : only Cash
(b) Two column Cash book: Cash & Bank transactions
(c) Three column cash book: Cash, Bank and Cash discount.
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Answer / bhavesh keswani
cash book is a subsidiary book.
IT IS PREPARED WHEN ONLY CASH & BANK TRANSECTIONS ARE
OCCURED. SOMETIMES ONE PARTY RECEIVES OR ALLOW THE DISCOUNT
ON THE TRANSECTIONS SO THAT PARTY WILL RECORD THAT ENTRY IN
CASH BOOK IS NOTHING BUT MINIMISING THE JORNALS.
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Answer / kavita dive
column cash book is a defined a cash value in a cash
book.and interpret the cash value
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Answer / abdullah amer
cash book is the bank column of triple column cash book
maintained by the customer depositor businessman in his
books.cash book is the bank account in the books of the
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