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Textbook Problem

If a business uses special journals, it generally will not need a general journal.

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Identify whether the given statement is true or false.

Explanation

Special journal: It is a book which records some specific kinds of transactions such as cash receipts, cash payments, credit sales, and credit purchases. Special journal is created for any kind of transaction. A business uses special journals depending on the types of transactions that occur most repeatedly. If a specific type of transactions occur often, it is more likely a special journal of that type would be beneficial for the business.

General Journal: It is a book where all the monetary transactions are recorded in the form of journal entries on the date of their occurrence in a chronological order...

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