2 edition of Cooperative corporate association law and accounting, 1950 found in the catalog.
Cooperative corporate association law and accounting, 1950
Adolph Ladru Jensen
|Statement||[by] A. Ladru Jensen and others.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 153, 517-685 p.|
|Number of Pages||685|
Accountancy by The National Institute of Open Schooling. This book explains the following topics: Accounting Conventions and Standards, Accounting for Business Transactions, Trial Balance and Computers, Financial Statements, Partnership Accounts, Company Accounts, Analysis of Financial Statements, Application of Computers in Financial Accounting. A. Facilities for accounting have to be provided 7 B. Vouchers are evidence 8 C. Methods of accounting 9 D. Simple recording – minimum requirement 10 III. Double entry bookkeeping A. What does the accountant do? 12 B. Structure of a transaction account 12 C. Record book 16 D. Ledger E. Worksheet including trial balance
Accordingly, it will not offer a detailed account of positive cooperative law—which, on the other hand, is the principal object of the following chapters of this book—but will rather concentrate on the main terminological and substantial issues that a modern and coherent theory of cooperative law is expected to deal with. This book provides you with an introduction to cooperative law and an overview of the primary issues that differentiate cooperative law from other areas of business law. This practical guide provides you with: the history and a discussion of cooperative form of business ; a comparison of the cooperative entity with other business entities.
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[Adolph Ladru Jensen]. These rules and doctrines are explored within the context of the various organizational forms in which a business may be operated. Thus, reading this book will provide you with a solid grounding in the law of agency, general partnerships, corporations, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, and limited liability companies.
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It is proprietary in the sense that it is owned by its investors and is operated privately, as opposed to being a public institution. It seeks to increase the economic well-being of its owners. A major difference lies in howFile Size: KB. Day Book (Journal) Day book is a book of original entries.
In a day book, all types of cash or non-cash transactions are recorded, according to the principle of double entry system. As per the practice followed in the co-operative societies, a separate journal book is not prepared rather all transactions are directly recorded in the day book.
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This textbook is a revised second edition of a "classic" on co-operative law, which has been translated into more than 20 languages. The book integrates an analysis of the Statement of the Co-operative Identity of the International Co-operative Alliance and the impact of political, economic, and social changes over the past 40 years.View the most recent and past issues of the Cooperative Business Journal to view the impact of cooperative principles around the world.
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