General ledger

A general ledger is a tool used in bookkeeping and accounting to record debits and credits for a business entity. In larger companies, the general ledger is compiled from a collection of journals and ledgers submitted by departments. Examples of these ledgers would be accounts payable, accounts receivable, and purchasing.

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