Accounting Dictionary

General Ledger

A series of T accounts. The general ledger contains all the T accounts for the business.

After accountants record the information about accounting transactions in a journal, they transfer that information to a series of T shaped charts. All of those T shaped charts combined are called a ledger. Today most ledgers are kept by computer.

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