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Journal Voucher example
The following template has been developed by Mango based on our field experience. It is part of Mango's Accounting Pack, which also includes guidelines for how journal vouchers should be used.
Use it to create your own, suitable for your own purposes
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Using journal vouchers
A transaction involving money is always backed up by a payment voucher or receipt. The equivalent back up document for a transaction not involving the movement of money is called a journal voucher.
Examples of 'non-cash' transactions include to recognise a donation in kind of a computer, to correct a coding error in a previous closed month, to charge interest on a loan or depreciate fixed assets.
Journal vouchers are usually used by accountants who understand double entry bookkeeping.