SUBSIDIARY BOOKS - II CASH BOOK
In any business, many transactions take place every day involving cash such as cash sales, receipts from debtors, cash purchases, payment to creditors and payment towards different expenses. It is therefore necessary, that all the cash transactions are recorded in a separate book, i.e., cash book. Cash book is the most important subsidiary book, because it keeps the initial record of cash transactions of the business. Cash book is maintained by every business, whether small or large in size. It is simply because every business is very cautious about its cash management, i.e., cash receipts and cash payments. The cash book presents the true position of cash transactions. Cash book also serves as a documentary evidence for the available cash balance.