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Gregor - 5 years ago 2017-08-22 19:45:46
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Fix typo in tutorial.
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@@ -26,25 +26,25 @@ non-profits.  The authors make no representations nor warranties regarding
 
this information and this information is provided for discussion purposes
 
only.  Readers of these tutorial and templates are urged to seek professional
 
advice from a CPA and/or tax legal counsel in constructing an accounting
 
system appropriate for your organization.
 

	
 
Furthermore, given the authors' limited knowledge of accounting requirements
 
outside the USA, the suggestions herein probably are not particularly useful
 
at all for organizations outside the USA.
 

	
 
Configuration of Chart of Accounts
 
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The first thing any accountant will ask to see if your so-called "chart of
 
The first thing any accountant will ask to see is your so-called "chart of
 
accounts".  The first time I heard this phrase, I thought it was something
 
complicated.  Fact of the matter is, it's really just a list of all the
 
accounts that you use.  Accountants also use "account codes", which, as near
 
as I can tell, are of primary interest because they get better sorting.
 
Ledger CLI doesn't really support account codes, so I've ignored them.
 

	
 
The real place that Ledger CLI stores your chart of accounts is if you use
 
the `account` directive along with the `--pedantic` CLI option.  This will
 
ensure that only accounts you declared explicitly will used.
 

	
 
### Asset Accounts
 

	
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