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What is a special journal?


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Accounting: Accounting is a system, or a process of collecting and organizing economic transactions, analyzing, and summarizing the transactions into reports, and communicating the relevant information to the users.

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Special journals: A special journal helps the company to record the specific and similar transactions. These are used to divide the accounting tasks,...

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