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General Ledger

The Business Benefits of a General Ledger Migration at W.R. Grace & Co. Ed Taylor Mgr, SAP Global Financial Team May 6, 2008 Agenda Introduction and Speaker Biography W.R. Grace & Co. Background Business Drivers for GL Migration Best Practices / Project Methodology SAP Engagement Model Successful Outcome Lessons Learned SPPHIRE 08 OR4133 Introduction and Speaker Biography Edward Taylor Manager, SAP Global Financial Team Eleven years SAP experience SAP certified – FI-CO...

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Pantaloons Retail Ltd

PANTALOON RETAIL (INDIA) IMPROVING CONTROL WITH THE SAP® GENERAL LEDGER APPLICATION QUICK FACTS Industry Retail Revenue Rs4,776.33 (in crores) – around US$1.01 billion Employees 30,000 Headquarters Mumbai, India Web Site www.pantaloon.com SAP® Solutions and Services SAP® General Ledger application, SAP General Ledger Migration service for subsequent implementation of document splitting tool Implementation Partner SAP Consulting Key Challenges • Improve financial tracking and reporting for all...

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Oga Moga

Accounts Payable account in the general ledger is known as a A) suspense account. B) nominal account. C) controlling account. D) temporary account. 2. A schedule of accounts payable includes a list of A) customers. B) both creditors and customers. C) neither creditors nor customers. D) creditors. 3. A purchase of store supplies on account is recorded as a debit to the Purchases account and a credit to the Accounts Payable account. A) True B) False 4. A subsidiary ledger containing only creditors’...

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Manual vs Computerized Accounting

In contrast, computerized accounting systems are a more modern invention, as the first computer was invented between 1943 and 1946 (“Great Events in Accounting & Business History”, (n.d.)) and Arthur Anderson first computerized the payroll of General Electric in 1953 (“Great Events in Accounting & Business History”, (n.d.)). Powerful personal computers were not readily available to the average person until the 1980’s and 1990’s. Manual accounting, for the purposes of this paper, is the...

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Financial System

context. Case: Island Trading Co., a client of your CPA firm, has requested your advice on the following problems. It has three clerical employees who must perform the following functions: 1) maintain general ledger. 2) Maintain accounts payable ledger. 3) Maintain accounts receivable ledger. 4) Maintain cash disbursements journal and prepare checks for signature. 5) Issue credit memos on sales returns and allowance. 6) Reconcile the bank account. 7) Handle and deposit cash receipts. The...

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The Source and Structure of Trial Balance

trial balance is a list with two columns, which are debit and credit. It is important to every company that they need to check the errors that maybe made during enter the transactions into general accounts. If the principles of the double entry have been correctly applied to the recording of transactions in ledger accounts, the total of debit balances will equal to the total of credit balances. So the total of the debit column should be equal to the total of credit column in the trial balance. The...

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Acc 290

Which ledger contains control accounts? A. Accounts receivable subsidiary ledger B. General ledger C. Accounts payable subsidiary ledger D. General revenue and expense ledger   8. Smith is a customer of ABC Corporation. Smith typically purchases merchandise from ABC on account. Which ledger would ABC use to keep track of the details of Smith’s account? A. Accounts receivable subsidiary ledger B. Accounts receivable control ledger C. General ledger D. Accounts payable subsidiary ledger   ...

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Accounting for Business

the creditor, being the total amount owed on the vehicle at the time of the accident. Required 1. Prepare the Asset Disposal Account in the General Ledger of Whiskey Traders taking the transaction above into account and determine the loss or profit on disposal of the motor vehicle. 2. Prepare and balance the Creditors Control Account in the General ledger of Whiskey Traders taking the transaction above into account. 3. Prepare the statement of Financial Position and determine the amount of...

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My Career Choice in Accounting

In order to be successful in the accounting field you will need to be goal oriented, have strong work ethic, be able to pay attention to detail and have strong math skills to reconcile fixed asset subsidiary ledger, general ledger; reconciling various receivables to the general ledger for deposit in daily accounts. You must also have a positive outlook and strive to maintain the required education and training. The workplace would consist of computers, printers and fax machines. The accounting...

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Pt. Multi Bintang Indonesia

- Journals and Ledgers Journals • • • • Cash Receipt Journal (CRJ) Cash Disbursement Journal (CDJ) Check Disbursements Journal (CkDJ) General Journal (GJ) Ledgers • • General Ledger (GL) Subsidiary Ledgers (SL) for: Cash, Receivables, Inventories, Investments, PPE, Construction in Progress, Liabilities, Income, Expenses NG Books • • • • • Wednesday, March 6, 13 Cash Journal (CJ) General Journal (GJ) General Ledger (GL) Subsidiary Ledger (SL) With the implementation...

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