Bookkeeping is a part of the business accounting process that lies in the recording of financial transactions such as purchases, sales, receipts, and payments.
In the old days before computers and software solutions, the bookkeeping began with the handwriting financial transactions into specialized journals (purchases journal, sales journal, cash receipts journal, and cash payments journal) in date order.
Later, all amounts from the journals were posted to corresponding accounts in the general ledger. Manual entering transactions into journals, rewriting in accounts, and calculating the account balances could result in some errors. Finding errors often required spending hours on the retracting the entries and postings.
Computerized bookkeeping today removes many of the paper journals. Computers and accounting software allows eliminating many of the bookkeeping and accounting tasks or enables their occurring simultaneously. For instance, the sales invoice preparation automatically:
Computers and computer programs eliminate errors that could occur when amounts were manually entered, rewritten and calculated. So, bookkeepers and accountants have not to spend hours on looking for errors in a financial transaction and their reports.
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