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an analytical study of 25 different ledger accounts
31-01-2013, 01:34 PM
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12-02-2013, 09:22 PM
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26-01-2016, 12:20 PM
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27-01-2016, 09:38 AM
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What is a Ledger?

A ledger is an accounting book that facilitates the transfer of all journal entries in a chronological sequence to individual accounts. The process of recording journal entries into the ledger is called posting.In bookkeeping and accounting, a ledger is a book (or record) for collecting business transaction data from a journal, and organizing entries by account.The ledger provides information on the current balance in each account throughout the accounting period. At the end of the period, ledgers become the primary and authoritative source of data for building a firm's financial accounting reports, including the income statement and balance sheet.

This article further defines and illustrates the meaning of ledger, in the context of ledger-related terms including

• General ledger (Nominal ledger)
• Sub ledger
• Controlling account (Master account)
• Posting
• T-account.

Type of Ledger Collect information from

General Ledger

The general ledger accumulates information from journals. Each month all journals are totalled and posted to the General Ledger. The purpose of the General Ledger is therefore to organise and summarise the individual transactions listed in all the journals.

Debtors Ledger

The Debtors Ledger accumulates information from the sales journal. The purpose of the Debtors Ledger is to provide knowledge about which customers owe money to the business, and how much. More information on Debtors Ledger

Creditors Ledger

The Creditors Ledger accumulates information from the purchases journal. The purpose of the Creditors Ledger is to provide knowledge about which suppliers the business owes money, and how much.
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