record keeping

record keeping
record keeping UK US (also record-keeping) noun [U]
the activity of organizing and storing all the documents, files, invoices, etc. relating to a company's or organization's activities: »

Complaints about poor record keeping and alleged abuse have been building for more than a decade.

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detailed/careful record keeping

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electronic/computerized record keeping

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financial/medical/official record keeping

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record-keeping requirements/systems/practices


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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