PISCAN DOCUMENT, a precursor of double entry bookkeeping, dates from the early 12th century. Records indicate that primitive bookkeeping with sequential transactions using Roman numerals was presented in paragraph form. Some of the record fragments are from an unknown Florentine banking firm dated from 1211. It was not yet double entry bookkeeping, but advancing in that direction. Other fragments include the Castra Gualfred and the Borghesia Company from 1259-67; Gentile de Sassetti and Sons, 1274-1310; and Bene Bencivenni, 1277-96. The most complete records are from Rinieri Fini & Brothers, 1296-1305, and Giovanni Farolfi & Co., 1299-1300.
In the company's financial reporting documents this category may contain several line items, e.g. R&D, Sales & Marketing, and General & Administrative. You must ensure that all Overhead Expense line items are contained and accounted for within this category. Where there in no matching category, enter those amounts on a cumulative basis into the General & Administrative category. Enter all amounts in 1,000's.
NAGBOR is Net Adjusted Gross Box Office Receipts.
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