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There are two kinds of book-keeping donble-entry and single-entry. In the former, things and property are personified and become debtors and creditors in the same manner as persons; while in the latter, acconnts are kept only for persons, who alone have accounts in a book called a Leger, and become debtors and creditors as they owe us or we owe them. They...
There are two kinds of book-keeping donble-entry and single-entry. In the former, things and property are personified and become debtors and creditors in the same manner as persons; while in the latter, acconnts are kept only for persons, who alone have accounts in a book called a Leger, and become debtors and creditors as they owe us or we owe them. They are both very useful branches of practical knowledge, and deserve attention. Doubleentry has received a large share of attention by authors who have written on it, but it appears that single-entry has not; for among the numerous systems that have of late been published, not one is an attempt to improve singlentry. This state of things, however, is not pecuU ar to this subject; we often witness neglect where attention is most needed. I have not attempted to improve the single-entry method of keeping accounts by complicating it by rendering it half double and half single. The method is strictly and purely what ought to be understood as single-entry book-keeping. That method of keeping accounts commonly denominated single-entry has always possessed ont great fault or defect, viz., inability to prove that the accounts were free from errors. In consequence of this deficiency, innumerable errors may pass for ever undiscovered, perhaps to the great pecuniary loss of the person in whose books they exist. My aim in this book has been to banish from the single-entry method that great and other small faults, and to place before the public a criterion for the simpler method of keeping accounts, so that it may be taught to advantage in our schools, smce it is much practised out of them; and that it may be practised with better success by those who choose to adopt the method of single-entry in the accounts of their business. The first improvement is the proof or Trial Balance: the absence of a proof has been the well-kno(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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