A record of day-to-day cash receipts and expenditures.
A record of assets and liabilities.
A statement of stock at the end of each financial year, and a statement of stock-taking from which it was prepared.
Except for ordinary retail trade, statements of all goods sold and purchased showing the goods and the buyers and sellers.
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