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Definition of "Traditional approach"

  In this method the debit and credit rules are used for recording the transactions in the books .Transactions are recorded on the double entry principle. As per this rule for every debit there has to be a corresponding credit. Each & every transaction affects two Accounts of which one is debit & the other is credit.

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