I've been tagged for a Book MeMe. The concept is quite simple and here is how it works:
1. Grab the nearest book.
2. Open the book to page 56.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the text of the next two to five sentences.
5. Don’t dig for your favorite book, the cool book or the intellectual one. Pick the Closest.
6. Tag five people to do the same. BTW, *The one book that this can not be is the Bible*
(Bummer, I love the Bible and the Torah is sitting on my drafting table right now. Oh well...)
Page 56 from "Corporate Fraud Handbook Prevention and Detection," by Joseph T. Wells:
Books of Accounts
There are two types of books of accounts: journals and ledgers. A journal "(derived from the french word jour, meaning day) is a day-by-day, or chronological, record of transactions." Financial information is taken from source documents and recorded in the journals. Most businesses typically have at least four journals: a cash receipts and disbursements journal; a sales or accounts receivable journal, in which all sales made on credit and cash are listed; a purchases (or accounts payable journal) which records all acquisitions of services purchased on credit; and a general journal which reflects transactions not covered by other journals. It is also the journal used to adjust the books.
Hmm... so now you guys know what type of books I like to recreational read (LOL). Did I mention I was trying to collect multiple broker's licenses in four different States? I think I did, but in case I did not do so lately, I am you know... That is not an easy endeavor. FL is currently kicking my butt, however I am getting a lot of help from my on-line and brick and mortar friends who I love dearly. Thank you, bay-bays!
Now for the fun part. Here are my book loving victims I now tag with great interest (and expect a hint of the hilarious - after all Kathy Passarette, Paddy Pizappi and Susan Mangigian have inspired me - not to mention the fact that my gorgrous gal pals tagged my A$$. BTW, Paddy's MeMe page was priceless - LOL. Susan's fascinated me. Kathy is sublime. I shall have to go on-line and buy their books.) I tag:
(1) Melody Botting
(2) Robert Rauf
(3) Jane Grant
(4) Elizabeth Weintraub
(5) Josef Katz
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