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How do you use a checkbook ledger?

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an informal recored of all deposits to and withdrawals from a given checking account

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It is not known who invented the general ledger but use of it can be traced back to Genoa in 1340. General ledgers are used in accounting.



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General ledger is just another name given to nominal ledger. Nominal ledger is a ledger that maintains impersonal accounts like sale , purchase, capital etc.


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