Journal entry transaction processes have not changed much. A couple of differences in some of the functionality that can be managed within a journal have been introduced.
Journal entries are typically made at the end of the month to make adjustments to specific balances before financial reports can be generated and distributed.
Journals are always batched, even if you do not choose to use a batch to begin with; the journal name becomes the batch name and the batch contains one journal. You can track the number of journals and the total amount if you use batches, for easier control.
When you enter a journal—either from a batch or an ...