Accounts field: Does anyone know how to show the movement of funds from one checking account to a new one?
Because the ‘old’ account was not connected, a Journal Entry may be more appropriate in this situation.
In traditional accounting, a journal entry is a transaction with at least two parts – a debit and a credit.
As a rule, the Debit column total should be equal to the total of the Credit column.
When you record […]
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