financial records in reverse

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« My Indian amigo: Today’s banking is complete, and I’ll have the remit confirmation emails to you later today. I am anticipating a record keeping demand made by Kamlesh that’s not easy for us to satisfy. As I’m thinking of this now the most likely are: ONE: the two-dollar cash deposit fee receipts TWO: a record of a remittance in both INR and USD. The two-dollar receipts are not always easy to read, and they’re only two dollars, so it’s easy for me to imagine I hit less than 100% on these low-value receipts. I don’t propose a solution on this occasion for the two-dollar receipts. The record of remittance in both INR and USD is tricky. Only one of the two emails I send you confirming each remittance has the amount in both INR and USD. The other email has only USD. As CEO this is your determination, so I will not act until requested. If I provide my SBI banking records it should have a remittance number that also appears on the account receiving the funds, which when put together shows the remittance amount in both INR and USD. From my standpoint in real time I move money to India with the assistance of a bicycle and the standard app calculator on my standard cell phone . . .¿What could be easier? Looking back and making sense of financial records is always more difficult than commonly predicted. Hana is working Saturday and Sunday . . . it’d be great if we could talk over the weekend, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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