Archive for December, 2008
Book keeping as a night mare had become the potential problem of big concerns in general and small concerns in general and small concerns at certain occasions. The plutonic topics, even as initiated from a precarious data collection to the most Herculean one like accounting formats require a methodic book keeping. A properly analyzed and arranged book keeping serves to reduce the trickle-time endeavors of a business man. Though book keeping is a skilful tantra that provides the abundant topics in a capsule it has its own drawbacks. It might become a nightmare and would tend to mislead the entreprenem if he turns a careless eye even to a little flaw.
To illustrate he might have placed a book on sundry expenses and miscellaneous expenditure in one format. But on the preface he might wake a mistake by accounting it as a revenue one. This might jeopardize his whole act of previous excels and the much toiled preparations. He could easily resort to card-keeping that would help jueuenile businessman in his initial endeavors. But book keeping as a night mare creeps in this aspect also wherein a careless misplaced card could lead to varied complications. To avoid these setbacks and to transform the sensation of nightmare to that of a pleasant dream one should resort to be sharp and watchful.
It is a way businessman who always makes trivial mistakes that might pane way for more sobre ones. Book keeping is a nightmare only to such a man. A brisk and energetic business man always gets his share of cheese if he properly stick to his side of discipline, that is to ensure he keeps a strict watch over the proper arrangement of the topics one need not be an excellent nook keeper in the strict sense but he should have a basic and the required knowledge that would enable him to verify the arranged topics would enable him to verify the arranged topics and most significantly to make a weekly or quarterly survey of the topics in the Jargon.
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