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084f2db8c6 Special Journals The illustrated journal was referred to as a "general" journal. As one can tell by reviewing the illustration, the "+/-" system lacks internal consistency. 301: Capital Stock No. Specifically, the notation indicates the accounts involved, and whether each is debited or credited. Assume that Matthew made a deposit to his account at Monalo Bank. It is simply imperative that a company be able to reconcile subsidiary accounts to the broader control account that is found in the general ledger.
Indeed, the summary total of all transactions in this journal could correspond to the debits to the Cash account, further simplifying the accounting process. Why add this complexity -- why not just use plus and minus like in the previous chapter? There is an ingenious answer to this question that will soon be discovered! Understanding the answer to this question begins by taking note of two very important observations: (1) every transaction can be described in debit/credit form and (2) for every transaction, debits = credits The Fallacy of a +/- system The second observation above would not be true for an increase/decrease system. The journal. A sale might be supported by an invoice issued to a customer. Even modern computerized systems will challenge or preclude any attempt to enter an "unbalanced" transaction that does not satisfy the condition of debits = credits. Purchase the PDF download of the Solutions Manual for $39.95 here: . In other words, some transaction logging process must be in place. Specifically it shows the journalizing process for Xaos transactions. On the customer's books one would debit (decrease) a payable account (liability). Review it carefully, specifically noting that it is in chronological order with each transaction of the business being reduced to the short-hand description of its debit/credit effects.