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Transaction coding

Transaction coding is a system where bookkeepers and accountants code transactions with descriptors that are typically abbreviations or single letter codes to describe them. Examples include using “d” for deposits or “w” for withdrawals. Some transaction coding is universal, but most companies have their own internal system.

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