Both the Journal and the Ledger are the two most important books used under the Double Entry System of "Book-Keeping".
The relationship between the "Journal & Ledger" could be expressed as follows:
Journal is the book of first or original entry - since all the Business Transactions are recorded first of all in the "Journal".
While the "Ledger" is the book of second entry - since the transactions are "Posted" to the "Ledger" from the Journal.
The Journal records tranasactions in "Chronological order", while the Ledger records the transactions in analytical order.
The Journal is more reliable than Ledger since it is the book in which the entry is entered first.
The process of recording transations is termed as "Journalising" while the process of recording transactions in the Ledger is called as "Posting".
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general ledger, general journal, special ledger, special journal, column balance ledger.
A journal is a magazine. Or for accounting it is a ledger book.
Cash book is a journal because the transactions are recorded in it for the first time from the source of document and from journal these transactions are posted to the respective account in the ledger. We can say cash book is a ledger also in the sense that it serves the purpose of cash account also.As such cash book is journal as well as ledger, and hence it may call journalised ledger.
The is the correct spelling of ledger, typically a financial record or journal.
The whole process of transferring entries from journal to ledger is called posting process.
to correct an error made in the journal ( prior to posting in the ledger)
It is both. As cash transactions are handled by the cashier directly, it can be construed as journal. However as the total of cash transactions are taken to the day's journal , it can also be construed as ledger.
transferring journal entries to ledger accounts