Enregistrement des transactions
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Enregistrement des transactions

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    Kooagile K.
    BW
    Kooagile K.

    bare in mind that every transaction have got two corresponding entry. when recording we use the books like journal book for first entry,ledger cash book ,petty cash etc

    Kooagile K.
    BW
    Kooagile K.

    what is diversify

    Kangira J.
    UG
    Kangira J.

    Recording the transactions is referring to accounting as used by the businesses and other organizations. Organizations not only record cash received and paid out but they also record goods bought and sold, items bought to use rather than to sell, and so on.

    Amelia K.
    BW
    Amelia K.

    Since i have stared doin this course i am improving with my work

    Ariel S.
    US
    Ariel S.

    what is theproper procedure for recording bussiness transactions?

    Rose R.
    PG
    Rose R.

    Business Transaction is a transaction engaged in by a business that initiates the accounting cycle of that business. Business transactions are recorded in order to maintain accurate account balances, to ensure accountability, to establish historical business activity data, and to provide information to decision-makers for determining business strategy.

    CHRISTOPHER B.
    GH
    CHRISTOPHER B.

    how do we record transactions

    Janet F.
    US
    Janet F.

    is there a way to print the terms portion of this lession for reference.

    Blessing W.
    GB
    Blessing W.

    When recording entries, debits are always listed first. The debited account is listed on the first line with the amount in the left side of the register . The credited account is listed on the second line, usually indented and the credited amount is recorded on the right side of the register.

    Blessing W.
    GB
    Blessing W.

    We've agreed that debits and credits are used to describe effects of transaction on account. Each transaction is analysed to determine it's debit and credit effect and these effects are recorded into a book of original entry known as the Journal. Periodically, the information in the journal are posted to the ledger account which can then be summarised into a trial balance. Finally, from the trial balance a financial statement can be prepared.

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