- credit entry
- An accounting transaction under *double entry bookkeeping which increases *liabilities, *revenues, and *equity, or reduces *assets and *expenses. A credit entry has a corresponding *debit entry (or debit entries) of equal value.
Auditor's dictionary. 2014.
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