Accounting Definitions J
Bookkeeping Terms Starting With J

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Accounting Definitions J
Bookkeeping Terms Starting With The Letter J

Accounting Definitions J:

Join:

To set or bring together, connect, combine. To come to a junction with, become part of.

Joint Account:

An account in the name of two or more persons.

Journal:

A book for recording daily transactions, especially in double entry bookkeeping, using a formulaic style to ensure their correct entry in a ledger.

Journal Entry:

An entry made into the Journal recording daily transactions.

Journalize:

To enter in a journal. To write or describe in a journal. To keep a journal or diary.

Jumble:

To mix in a confused mass, put or throw together without order.

Jurisdiction:

Lawful right to exercise official authority, whether executive, legislative, or judicial. Power of those in authority, control.

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