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Accounting Systems:  Design and Control Chapter 14 – General Ledge Cycle Ms. Pam J. Schmidt PhD Candidate Dept. of Accounting School of Business Administration
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Ch 14: General Ledger Cycle Postings from accounting subsystems Correcting, adjusting, and closing entries Budget data Financial statements and other reports
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GL Process GL structure - Chart of Accounts What is the smallest unit of data entry in GL? What reports are needed? Don’t make it overly complicated …
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Ch 14: General Ledger & Reporting System  Context Diagram (Fig 14-1)
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General Ledger & Reporting System Level 0 DFD (Fig 14-2)
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Updates to General Ledger (GL) 1. Accounting sub-system Summary journal entry – all transactions in period 2. Treasurer – non-routine transactions Debt - issue or retire Investment securities Stock - issue or acquire
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Posting Treasurer Journal Entries to GL
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