Changeset 23724 in project for gazette


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05/25/11 12:58:20 (8 years ago)
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ckeen
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gazette 20: Small spelling fixes

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    173173The dream of many Schemers is to write Scheme for a living. Due to the
    174174regrettable tendency of employers to frown upon good ideas, the best
    175 way to acheive this is to start your own company, so you can be your
     175way to achieve this is to start your own company, so you can be your
    176176own boss, and frown upon the good ideas of others instead.
    177177
     
    182182
    183183Some people will tell you book-keeping is simple. "Just keep all your
    184 receipts and bank statments and bills and invoices", they say. "Then
     184receipts and bank statements and bills and invoices", they say. "Then
    185185send them to your accountant at the end of the year."
    186186
     
    321321"clients.widgetcorp.expenses" (for previously-paid expenses that, as
    322322of this invoice, I can charge the client for) pop into
    323 existance. "taxes.vat" looks as if VAT is a form of income for me, as
     323existence. "taxes.vat" looks as if VAT is a form of income for me, as
    324324money comes "from" it in the transaction - which is sort of true; I'm
    325325charging Widget Corp for some VAT alongside for the actual work
     
    363363income/expense type accounts don't. In my terminology, these are
    364364"balance" accounts and "delta" accounts. Each account also begins to a
    365 group, used to aggregrate them in reports: there's income accounts,
     365group, used to aggregate them in reports: there's income accounts,
    366366bank accounts, client accounts, and so on. And accounts may be tied to
    367367a third party - I've given an example of a client above, but also, the
     
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    626626
    627 Feeding in the above example invoice, then checking out the resulting double-entry transaction list, shows that it worked:
     627Feeding in the above example invoice, then checking out the resulting
     628double-entry transaction list, shows that it worked:
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