bookkeeping operation

bookkeeping operation

[′bu̇k‚kēp·iŋ äp·ə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
A computer operation which does not directly contribute to the result, that is, arithmetical, logical, and transfer operations used in modifying the address section of other instructions in counting cycles and in rearranging data. Also known as red-tape operation.
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The essays in this book reveal how a modest bookkeeping operation evolved into a key bureaucratic and policy agency, as the Ontario's government began taking a greater role in steering the province's development.
At a plea hearing, Collins admitted to embezzling money from her former employer between 2008 and 2014, when she was responsible for paying the credit card accounts and handling bookkeeping operations at a company in west Tulsa.
The Cairo-based investment bank, which has private equity, asset management, securities brokerage and bookkeeping operations, aims to increase its financial portfolio by up to LE 2 billion in 2018.
Those include private equity, securities brokerage, asset management and bookkeeping operations backed by a global quality-research arm.
Pharos is a full-service investment bank based in Cairo with thriving investment banking, private equity, asset management, securities brokerage and bookkeeping operations backed by a global-quality research arm.
Barinholtz, 51, is now the partner in charge of the Business Services unit at KRD, which offers a full range of accounting services to companies that prefer to outsource some or all of their day-to-day accounting and bookkeeping operations. He is a resident of Algonquin, Ill., and a graduate of Northern Illinois University and was a founding partner of Barinholtz & Horwitz in 1987.
Instead, says Reicher, the plaintiff's attorneys successfully argued that the individual cabs were not individual companies, but merely extensions of a parent company in which all dispatching and bookkeeping operations were conducted on a centralized basis.
The training includes general office, word processing, computer entry, and bookkeeping operations.
However, Section 5052, commonly referred to as the "bookkeeping exception," provides that any person may perform various accounting functions, such as keeping books, making trial balances, statements, making audits or preparing reports, all as a part of bookkeeping operations, provided that such accounting functions, statements and reports are not issued over the name of such person as having been prepared or examined by a certified public accountant or public accountant.