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RECHARGE, in accounting, normally involves an activity that provides a specific, ongoing and repetitive good or service to an entity or projects and recovers the cost of providing the good or service from the entity served on a fee basis. Operating costs are supported by recharges to the departments or specific activity receiving the service.
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DSO, in accounting, is an acronym that usually means Days Sales Outstanding.
COMPENSATING ERROR is the name given to the situation where one mistake cancels out the effect of a second mistake.