A trial balance is used to check the accuracy of all ledger accounts normally at the end of an accounting period; the worksheet divides a company's accounts into credit and debits in an easy to read format. The balance s... More »

The initial step for preparing a trial balance sheet involves listing all the accounts that have balances in the general ledger, as Accounting Coach states. Next, create the debit and credit columns to the right of the a... More »

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A post-closing trial balance is a listing of general ledger account balances after the closing entries for an accounting period have been entered, according to Accounting Coach. This listing includes only balance sheet a... More »

An accounting balance sheet is a financial statement that reveals the financial position of a company at the end of a specified period, usually the last day of an accounting period. A standard accounting balance sheet ha... More »

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A general ledger is a type of accounting document that includes all of the financial records for a company, often consisting of additional documents to track credits and debits on individual accounts as well as monitor a... More »

A post-closing trial balance is a listing of general ledger account balances after the closing entries for an accounting period have been entered, according to Accounting Coach. This listing includes only balance sheet a... More »

To prepare a post-closing trial balance sheet, transfer the totals from the ledger accounts onto a spreadsheet with a column for account names, debits and credits, according to MyAccountingCourse.com. Only balance sheet ... More »

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