Thursday, September 10, 2009

Owner Investment Journal Entry

Accounting Journal Entry for when an owner invests money in company. This is important to keep track of in the accounting ledger because it can show exactly how different owners have contributed money to the company in the past;

Journal Entry Example:


Type of Journal Entry
Account titles
Debit
Credit
Owner Investment in the company
Cash
Owner’s Capital
XXX

XXX

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