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BALANCING OFF THE BOOKS Definition
BALANCING OFF THE BOOKS means totaling off the various amounts to find out how much money is left or, how overdrawn the organization is. At certain times; e.g. once a month, quarterly, for management committee meetings; it may be necessary to balance off the books".
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DONATED ASSETS are assets received in a voluntary non-reciprocal transfer from another entity such as gifts of capital assets; usually voluntary contributions of resources to a governmental entity by a non-governmental entity.
PRODUCTIVITY is a measured relationship of the quantity and quality of units produced and the labor required per unit of time.