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The Dominion Accountant (Classic Reprint)
by:William R. Orr
After twenty-six years experience as a Practical Accountant and Teacher, I have ventured to introduce to the favorable consideration of the Canadian public The Dominion A ccountant, or New method of teaching the I rish National Book-keeping. A thorough examination of all the larger, and even smaller standard works on book-keeping, within my reach, led me...
After twenty-six years experience as a Practical Accountant and Teacher, I have ventured to introduce to the favorable consideration of the Canadian public The Dominion A ccountant, or New method of teaching the I rish National Book-keeping. A thorough examination of all the larger, and even smaller standard works on book-keeping, within my reach, led me to the conclusion, many years ago, that the I rish National was the best fitted for the school-room as a text-book ;and my varied and extensive practice since, both as a book-keeper and a teacher of the science, has served to convince me that that conclusion was a just one. In the plan, it is more progressive than any book on the subject with which I have met. It begins at the beginning, and proceeds by regular gradations until it reaches the highest order and most intricate description of accounts. The first set teaclies, in a few Cash transactions, simply how toD ebit and Credit, that is, on which side to enter the Cash received, and on which that paid out, without any regard to ulterior results ;in fact, how to keep aC ash A ccount. The second set has aC ash Account like the first, and in addit on introduces Personal A ccounts, by which means the pupil is instructed how to make the Contra entries in the corresponding accounts, viz., toD ebit the Cash Account with the money received, and Credit the persons account from whom it was received, and vice versa. The transactions are so arranged that the threeP ersonal Accounts in this set, with two or three entries on theD ebit and Credit side of each, serve the purpose of as many hundreds or thousands of such accounts ;because all the results that can possibly arise in the management of personal accounts, are produced. At the winding up of the s-t it is found that one of the persons is indebted to me, that I am indebted to another, and that, in the case of the (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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