ledger balance


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ledger balance

[′lej·ər ‚bal·əns]
(communications)
Facility used with message switching equipment to check the number of addresses received with the number of addresses transmitted, to ensure that no messages are lost within the center.
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Village Theatre Box Office Account (average ledger balance of $7,000)
Now, at the opening of the coming camp season, let us all unite in a definite resolve to work for the rising generation and throw into the work all the best there is in us to develop the man and woman of the future and spend less time in looking at our ledger balance.
Through this method, the individual performing the reconciliation would not notice the corporate general ledger balance being overstated, and the financial statements presented to the board and used to prepare the quarterly 5300 reports for the NCUA would not show an abnormally high vault general ledger balance, according to the auditor's report.
The CPAs end up manually balancing the checkbook and computing general ledger balances -- all chargeable on an hourly basis.
Other monthly reports issued by Carlton cover income and expenses; operating budget and disbursement schedules; full legal reporting on any violation of house rules or proprietary leases; sublet status; monthly and year-to-date financial figures; and cash balances accompanied by bank statements, monthly bank reconciliation and general ledger balances.
An example, consistent with the master file discussed above, would be the accounting transactions that take place during a time period whose effect must ultimately be reflected in general ledger balances.
The ending annual general ledger balances for all companies are downloaded into individual systems by company.
Average collected balance--the sum of the daily ledger balances less float/the number of days in the period.
It s also important that our existing residents be able to speak with a live person who can take their maintenance requests or answer questions about their ledger balances.
Transferring general ledger balances and historical accounting data to your spreadsheet helps you avoid having to rekey figures when performing a financial analysis.
The risk-weighing methodology failed to distinguish among the different loss potentials of banks with similar ledger balances but varied deposit bases.