General Ledger

  • Recall that the accounts used by a business are kept on separate pages or cards in a book or file called a ledger. In a computerized accounting system, the electronic files containing the accounts are still referred to as the ledger, or the ledger accounts. In either system the ledger is often called a general ledger. The general ledger is a permanent record organized by account number.

Account Receivable

  • Accounts receivable (AR) are the balance of money due to a firm for goods or services delivered or used but not yet paid for by customers.

Account Payable

  • Accounts Payable (AP) is a liability due to a particular creditor when it order goods or services without paying in cash up front, which means that you bought goods on credit.

Cash Management

  • Cash management is the process of collecting and managing cash flows. Cash management can be important for both individuals and companies. In business, it is a key component of a┬ácompany's financial stability. For individuals, cash is also essential for financial stability while also usually considered as part of a total wealth portfolio.

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The Cash Tracking System.

The Cost Center or Profit Center.