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księgowanie dzielone

English translation: divided accounting

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Polish term or phrase:księgowanie dzielone
English translation:divided accounting
Entered by: Teresa Jaczewska
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11:40 Mar 15, 2002
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Bus/Financial
Polish term or phrase: księgowanie dzielone
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EWKA
Local time: 05:42
divided accounting
Explanation:
I discussed with an experienced accountant and here is his guessing.
Deferred settlements of expenses, where expenses are divided by periods (e.g. months) and then such divided expenses are entered into books by months. Thus called divided accounting.

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Local time: 05:42
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divided accounting


Explanation:
I discussed with an experienced accountant and here is his guessing.
Deferred settlements of expenses, where expenses are divided by periods (e.g. months) and then such divided expenses are entered into books by months. Thus called divided accounting.

Does it make sense?


    TJ
Teresa Jaczewska
Local time: 05:42
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