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How to use journal voucher?

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JC
on 4/30/13, 3:28 AM 3,035 views

1) I wish to record journal voucher for expanses like salary, rental and bills. Are there any tutorial available? or any example?

2) My understanding is to post a journal voucher then make payment with supplier payment , correct me if wrong?

Thanks in advance.

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Ray Carnes
On 12/26/13, 1:19 AM

1) Use the Purchase Journal, and debit the relevant expense account.

2) Yes.

Thanks Ray, can I create a journal voucher without a partner ? some expenses might only appear once. TQ

JC
on 12/26/13, 1:50 AM

No you can't. If you tried you would discover this for yourself. If you don't have a Supplier, you won't be able to create a Supplier Payment. You can have a generic Supplier 'Unnamed'.

Bista Solutions US, Ray Carnes
on 12/26/13, 2:12 AM

Great. This posts answered one of my questions. So, considering Ray's last example, to be abble to see a report of the account moves for bank and cash, we can use Chart of Accounts (ledger for the bank and cash accounts)? Thank you.

Elevenmidia
on 3/24/14, 9:06 AM

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