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Conventionally, a journal was described as the book of original entry. In the context of book-keeping and accounting, a journal refers to a record of financial transactions. It is maintained in order and by date and can be a physical record or digital document. A journal is used to transfer details to other official accounting records and also for future reconciling.

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