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    General Journal

    Hi

    I need to process a General Journal where the expenses have been captured on the originating company of the account but now needs to be processed to a subcontractor company.

    Will this be a debit entry ?

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    Hi

    Please can i have a reply

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    Hi Sheena - maybe you need to give a bit more information.

    Do you have two separate companies set up on your Pastel each with different accounts?
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    Assuming you first entry was Dr Expense Cr Supplier A, the journal would be Dr Supplier A (originating company)and Credit Supplier B (subcontractor)

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