What Is an Accounting Voucher?

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An accounting voucher is a written instrument that confirms or witnesses (vouch) the fact that a transaction is made. It usually shows that goods has been bought or services have been rendered. It may also authorize payment, and indicate the ledger account where the transactions need to be recorded.
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