bookkeeping

[book-kee-ping]
noun
the work or skill of keeping account books or systematic records of money transactions (distinguished from accounting ).

Origin:
1680–90; book + keeping

bookkeeper, noun

accounting, bookkeeping, finance(s)
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Example sentences
Bookkeeping might be a better field for you if personal interaction is a
  problem.
There is always the bookkeeping function that has to take place between those
  branches.
The exact bookkeeping which accompanied the murders is the final loathsomeness.
Climatologists have a rather large problem with their bookkeeping.
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