2Posting from a Cash Payments Journal to an Accounts Payable Ledger Lesson 9-5Posting from a Cash Payments Journal to an Accounts Payable LedgerLO10A credit limit is the maximum outstanding balance allowed to a customer by a vendor.
3Posting from a Cash Payments Journal to an Accounts Payable Ledger Lesson 9-5Posting from a Cash Payments Journal to an Accounts Payable LedgerLO102Journal Page Number3Debit1Date5Vendor Number4Account Balance
4Lesson 9-5Posting from the General Amount Columns of a Cash Payments Journal to a General LedgerLO102Journal Page Number3Debit1Date5Vendor Number4Account Balance
5Totaling, Proving, and Ruling a Cash Payments Journal Lesson 9-5Totaling, Proving, and Ruling a Cash Payments JournalLO103Single Rule1Date2“Totals”4Column Total5Double Rule
6Lesson 9-5Posting from the Special Amount Columns of a Cash Payments Journal to a General LedgerLO10Journal Page Number23Debit or Credit Amount1Date5Account Number4Account Balance5512341234
8Proving the Accounts Payable Ledger Lesson 9-5Proving the Accounts Payable LedgerLO10A listing of vendor accounts, account balances, and the total amount due to all vendors is called a schedule of accounts payable.
9Lesson 9-5 Audit Your Understanding 1. In which column of the cash payments journal are the amounts that are posted individually to the accounts payable ledger?ANSWERAccounts Payable Debit
10Lesson 9-5 Audit Your Understanding 2. List the five steps for ruling a cash payments journal at the end of the month.ANSWER1. Rule a single line across all amount columns.2. Write the date in the Date column.3. Write Totals in the Account Title column.4. Write each column total below the single line.5. Rule a double line across all amount columns.
11Lesson 9-5 Audit Your Understanding 3. What is the relationship between a controlling account and a subsidiary ledger?ANSWERA controlling account balance in a general ledger must equal the sum of all account balances in a subsidiary ledger.