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CV RH 12916
Curriculum Vitae Ruud Harmsen Internet email: 1st and 2nd letter of first name, 1st and 2nd of l ... ith, a partner in the USA. May 1990 to April 1995: Company: KSI Automatisering, IJsselstein, the Netherlands ... f which are comments). October 1985 to April 1990: Company : Nixdorf Computer, Vianen, the Netherlands (at ti ... ibrary of modules. October 1982 to September 1985: Company: RAET in Arnhem, the Netherlands. B) July 1983 to ... tock, purchase and sales system for a timber-trade company. Registration system for pig-breeding company. Wor ... - [detail] - [similar]
Monthly salary tides 12568
Support? Monthly salary tides 25 July 2012 Safety first In the previous chapter I showed that fu ... yments taking place every month is considerable: a company with, say, 500 employees isn't unusually big. A mo ... w the account or bank credit. If they're a healthy company, it is to be expected that during the month, there ... ll be sufficient revenues, so by the end of it the company will be ready for the next round of salary payment ... dered safer. That means that in such a system: One company's debit position may not be funded from another co ... - [detail] - [similar]
Principle of accounting 11221
Principle of accounting Debit and credit The balance sheet is at the centre of bookkeeping. The ... es at a given point in time, i.e., it shows what a company owns and owes. The entries on the balance sheet ar ... for example after a posting year. Assets (what the company owns) are at the left side of the balance sheet. T ... hese are the debit entries. Liabilities (what the company owes) are at right side of the balance sheet. Exam ... y that they made available to some other person or company, will one day be returned to them. Debit means "he ... - [detail] - [similar]
Give up commensurable consideration 9541
Support? Give up commensurable consideration 19 June 2013 Introduction In my previous article , ... n to someone in the public (a person, household or company) entails two entries in the bank's books: A debit ... ? ” My answer: From its books, just like any other company. Bookkeepers make the entries, external accountant ... obligations between their clients. Like any other company, banks do record, in an accounting system a.k.a. b ... ch records in most countries is obligatory for any company. Well, probably in all countries anywhere in the w ... - [detail] - [similar]
Promissory obligations to each other (a) 9208
Support? Promissory obligations to each other (a) 29 June 2013 (some additions 30 June) Introduc ... e to the point : the word ‘creditor' to me means a company who supplies goods or provides services to another ... company (so it's business to business trade), sends an inv ... ing financial liabilities). Like any other largish company, a bank does and must publish grand totals of the ... - [detail] - [similar]
Privacy statement R. Harmsen 9208
Privacy statement R. Harmsen 21–22 May 2018, translated from Dutch by the author. See also my pr ... er of the Website, and entrepreneur of the one-man company R. Harmsen. For the protection of my privacy I do ... l measures, are not sensibly possible in a one-man company where all storage is done on a single laptop. My a ... with BestCrypt Container Encryption by the Finnish company Jetico . I regularly back up the containers on ext ... with BestCrypt Container Encryption by the Finnish company Jetico . I regularly back up the containers on ext ... - [detail] - [similar]
The king and the soldier 9208
Support? The king and the soldier 29 October 2017, translated from Dutch by the author, using De ... ) and costs must be booked to equity (the princely company does not distribute profits). Costs reduce equity. ... If costs exceed income, the company incurs losses. So if war continues for a long time ... s of warfare, and their annual settlement with the company's capital (equity), paying with banknotes is no di ... - [detail] - [similar]
Transformation functions of banks 9033
Support? Transformation functions of banks 18–19 July 2012 A world without banks Imagine a world ... the actual building hasn't started yet. Or it's a company, who will build an extra factory next year, but no ... ice period, into a five-year investment loan for a company. Etc. etc. Transformation of availability If you g ... We apologise for the inconvenience, but next week company X will redeem their loan, so we'll probably have t ... - [detail] - [similar]
Peoples 8701
Languages Contents Introduction Chapter 3.1 24 September 1988 (continued) 3.2. Peoples Every peo ... account, which are in fact also costs, because the company or its employees somehow, if indirectly, have to p ... for them. Things should be organized such, that a company that employs more people, and thus reduces unemplo ... n capitalist countries trade unions are opposed to company management, and often also to the government. The ... - [detail] - [similar]
A road to peace 8526
A road to peace Translated from Interlingua by the author, 5 and 6 November 2016 Remote past Mod ... So it is also in the interest of workers that the company they work for is profitable. A common interest. Th ... e company is the shared group, in which ideally all cooperat ... - [detail] - [similar]
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