The Contractor And The Black Box

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A contractor's work is tangible; it's seen, touched, heard, smelled, and judged good or bad. Bookkeeping is intangible. Paperwork given to The "Keeper of the Books” is input into the “Black Box” and reports come out, eventually, someday. Ideally, these reports tell contractors how much money they made or lost and where it all went. If the reports from Black Box match the bank’s records, the suppliers unpaid bills, and money their customers owe them then the Black Box has value. However, in most cases Black Box reports do not agree with everyone else’s records the contractor becomes angry and distrustful because he is not in control of the Black Box. The Keeper of the Books is in control of the Black Box and the reports it can generate which…
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