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acknowledge (the) receipt of (something)

To recognize, often formally, that something has been received, usually an item that has been delivered. Jason signed a form to acknowledge the receipt of the letter. Did you get a notification acknowledging receipt of your package?
See also: acknowledge, of, receipt

with receipts

With evidence of something, especially that which disputes or disproves what someone has said or claimed. I sent Ali a bunch of emails about it, so if she says I never contacted her, I'll come at her with receipts.
See also: receipt

show (one) the receipts

To show one evidence of something, especially that which disputes or disproves what they have said or claimed. I sent Ali a bunch of emails about it, so if she says I never contacted her, I'll just show her the receipts.
See also: receipt, show

come with receipts

To (be ready to) produce evidence of something, especially that which disputes or disproves what someone has said or claimed. I sent Ali a bunch of emails about it, so if she says I never contacted her, I'll just come with receipts.
See also: come, receipt

in receipt of (something)

Having received something. The phrase is rather formal and most often used in business settings. Yes, we are in receipt of your resume, and our recruiting team is reviewing it now.
See also: of, receipt

acknowledge (the) receipt of something

to report receiving something, such as a package, letter, or notice. The company acknowledged receipt of the merchandise I returned.
See also: acknowledge, of, receipt

in receipt of something

in a state of having received something. (Used in business correspondence.) We are in receipt of your letter of request. When we are in receipt of your check for the full balance, we will mark your bill as paid.
See also: of, receipt
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'When the officers in charge entered the details of the receipt into the computer system for auditing purposes, they will refer to a duplicate copy in the receipt book,' she said.
Invoiz is a cost-effective, cloud-based paperless initiative that eliminates the need for paper receipts.
Primarily, this will be done through the establishment of an online centralized registry of warehouse operators and warehouse receipts," Gatchalian said.
class="MsoNormalREQUISITION class="MsoNormalThe auditors blame lack of designated staff to request receipt books from the headquarters for existence of parallel receipts at Milimani, an anomaly the courts management said has since been corrected through appointment of specific staff to collect the receipt books.
Speaking further on the introduction of the new receipt features, Ofulue said the modification would help reduce fraud in the payment process via the channel while easing the frustration often experienced by consumers during payment.
The usefulness of a receipt is significantly higher for the tax authority rather than the buyer of a product as the latter hardly ever enjoys the benefits arising from such document (e.g.: evidence of the ownership over the bought service or product).
Anyone interested in signing up for a free Shoeboxed account and entering for a chance to win the 15 for '15 Receipt Challenge can visit www.shoeboxed.com/contest for more information.
The first text a member receives will not be a receipt but contain a link to validate that the phone attached to that number actually belongs to that member, he explained.
Another publicised example of this trend of uploading unusual receipts online comes from Minhee Cho, a communications manager at nonprofit investigative journalism group ProPublica, who posted a photo of a Papa John's receipt on her Twitter along with "just FYI my name isn't 'lady chinky eyes.'"
"We told people the receipts were mailed February 29 and we have found out they were postmarked March 10 and some people didn't receive them until March 13."
Christopher Sturdy, executive vice president and head of The Bank of New York's Depositary Receipt Division, said, "Our attention to servicing the needs of issuers as well as their investors and brokers continues to differentiate us and make us the market's depositary of choice.
"Congress has enacted a hodge-podge of measures to remove the ban on concurrent receipt of the two benefits."
* Thoroughly code the receipt. If a receipt has materials being used in two or three different ways, code each as needed.
Using matched data from paid Medicaid claims and the New Jersey HIV/AIDS registry, researchers identified women with HIV or AIDS who had given birth between 1992 and 1998, and investigated how their receipt of any antiretroviral regimen, substance abuse treatment (among those with a history of substance abuse), and obstetric and gynecologic care varied in the six months before and after delivery.
This ensures added compliance with new accounting regulations and eases the audit process by eliminating potential liabilities associated with receipt handling, routing, filing, retrieval and review.