Gorika Mehta In: Category - Accounting OthersCan you share a Debit and Credit Format?debit and creditformat ShareFacebook1 AnswerVotedRecent Palak 2020-07-31T16:15:55+05:30Added an answer on July 31, 2020 at 4:15 pm This answer was edited. A ledger account consists of the financial transactions of a business. It is generally used by the accountants to record the summarized monetary transactions. It is also known as the principal book of accounts and books of final entry.As per my understanding, the ‘Debit and Credit format’ refers to a ‘Ledger account format’ which is as follows:(Image to be inserted here)Note:The ledger account consists of two sides namely, debit and credit. The left-hand side represents the debit balance and the right-hand side represents the credit balance.The posting into a ledger account is done from the journal entries of the company or the various subsidiary books.Each Journal entry is moved into a separate ledger account.ExampleConsidering the journal entries of ABC Ltd., post the same into ledger accounts.Cash a/cDATEPARTICULARSJ.FAMOUNTDATEPARTICULARSJ.FAMOUNT Jan1To Capital a/c75,000Jan1By Purchases a/c40,000 Jan3To Sales a/c60,000Jan2By Machinery a/c25,000 Jan4To Commission a/c5,000Jan6By Wages a/c10,000Jan6By Balance c/d65,0001,40,0001,40,000(The cash a/c has a debit balance as it is an asset.)Machinery a/cDATEPARTICULARSJ.FAMOUNTDATEPARTICULARSJ.FAMOUNTTo cash a/c25,0000By Balance c/d25,00025,00025,000(The machinery a/c has a debit balance as it is an asset.)Hope this helps.0Reply Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsAppLeave an answerCancel replyYou must login or register to add a new answer.