A double entry bookkeeping system of financial data pertaining to a specific transaction, in a journal usually taken from a journal voucher. Needed transaction data: (1) date done; (2) debit amount and ledger account; (3) ledger account and credited amount; (4) transaction description; (5) general ledger cross-reference.

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