Business records

Author: External Author | | Categories: Corporate Financial Statements , Financial Statement Preparation

You are required by law to keep records of all your transactions to be able to support your income and expense claims. A record is defined to include an account, an agreement, a book, a chart or table, a diagram, a form, an image, an invoice, a letter, a map, a memorandum, a plan, a return, a statement, a telegram, a voucher, and any other proof containing information, whether in writing or in any other form.

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Original Article Source Credits:   Government Of Canada ,

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Original Article Posted on:  2019-02-12

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