Ledgers, Financial Management

Ledgers:

Ledgers record all the entries into the Cash Books. They use the concept of 'double entry' bookkeeping where every ledger entry must be accompanied by another ledger entry that is exactly the opposite.

Typical Ledger pages may look as follows:

                        Bank Ledger                                               Office Ledger

Date

Particulars

Folio

DR

CR

 

Date

Particulars

Folio

DR

CR

15/7/05

Prof Fees - Nicholls to Walsh

CR1

4000

 

15/7/05

Prof Fees - Nicholls to Walsh

CR1

 

4000

17/7/05

Prof Fees paid to J&J Real Estate

CP1

 

4000

17/7/05

Prof Fees paid to J&J Real Estate

CP1

4000

 

 

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