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    Meaning of a phrase

    What does, "Get your books in order mean"

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    Re: Meaning of a phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    What does, "Get your books in order mean"
    I guess it means "Assemble your books".

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    Re: Meaning of a phrase

    An alternative:

    "Ensure that your financial records are correct and up to date."

    MrP

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