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The General Ledger is the complete record of all the financial transactions of the business through its life.
 
The General Ledger is the complete record of all the financial transactions of the business through its life.
  
The general ledger is the organised into a [[Chart of Accounts]] to enable the creation of financial statements.
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The general ledger is then organised into a [[Chart of Accounts]] to enable the creation of financial statements.

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The General Ledger is the complete record of all the financial transactions of the business through its life.

The general ledger is then organised into a Chart of Accounts to enable the creation of financial statements.