Post-Closing Trial Balance

Post-Closing Trial Balance,

Definition of Post-Closing Trial Balance:

  • Post-Closing Trial Balance means, A balance test, which is done at the end of the pay period, after all the final adjustments and entries have been posted, the final examination of the general ledger balance.

Literal Meanings of Post-Closing Trial Balance


Meanings of Post:
  1. A long, sturdy piece of wood or metal that is placed vertically on the floor and used as a support or marker.

  2. Fonts, images, or other content are posted online, usually on a blog, website, or social media application.

  3. Post (message) in a public place.

  4. Advertise or publish (anything including financial results).

  5. Achieving or recording (a player or team) (a specific result or outcome).

  6. An authorized service or system that provides mail and parcels.

  7. Each of the messengers carried mail between the fixed stations on horseback.

  8. (Letter or parcel) via postal system.

  9. (In accounting) you insert (articles) in a ledger.

  10. Travel by relay horse.

  11. In a hurry.

  12. The work that is paid for.

  13. The place where a person works or where a particular work is performed.

  14. The rank or rank of captain of the Royal Navy.

  15. Send (someone) somewhere to arrange a meeting.

  16. And after that.

Sentences of Post
  1. Follow the Blue Post until the road meets the road.

  2. In a recent article, he reminded investors to beware of such predictions.

  3. A small note on the door

  4. The company reported a loss of £ 460,000.

  5. Smith and Lamb signed a 100-year partnership.

  6. Winners will be notified by email.

  7. I just published a letter.

  8. Post the transaction to another column.

Synonyms of Post

make known, puncheon, advertise, upright, announce, baluster, write in, fill in, picket, mast, attach, paling, palisade, piling, support, newel, nail (up), stave, register, pillar, shore, list


Meanings of Closing:
  1. Finish something once and for all.

  2. Move to fill the space.

  3. Bring or remove

  4. (Of a company, organization or institution) is no longer commercially or publicly available, either permanently or at the end of a business day or other period.

  5. Slowly approaching something or something.

Sentences of Closing
  1. The last phase of the election campaign

  2. Take the train when the door is closed.

  3. Members thanked him for his participation and the meeting closed.

  4. The closure of the factory resulted in the loss of 150 jobs.

  5. They mapped a large group of planes about 130 miles away and were rapidly approaching.

Synonyms of Closing

constrict, draw to, near, go bankrupt, reduce, latch, get nearer/near, go into receivership, get closer/close, bring/come to an end, come nearer/near, halt, be shut (down), be closed (down), pull to, shrink, grow/become/make smaller, draw closer/close, approach, shut down, cease activity, dwindle, come closer/close, crash, prorogue


Meanings of Trial:
  1. A regular review of evidence by a judge, usually before a jury, to determine guilt or guilt in a civil trial.

  2. A test of one's performance, qualities, or abilities.

  3. A person, experience or situation that tests a person's resilience or tolerance.

  4. Tests to evaluate its suitability or performance (some, especially a new product).

  5. (Horse, dog or other animal) participates in the event.

Sentences of Trial
  1. Daily study report.

  2. Clinical trials to see if there is anything new about hip replacement.

  3. Teachers across the UK are testing the material.

  4. The dog was tested on Saturday.

Synonyms of Trial

tribulation, suffering, appraisal, carry out trials on, nightmare, appeal, woe, problem, case, pilot, experiment, skelf, retrial, worry, pain in the ■■■■, testing, judicial proceedings, nuisance, distress, adversity, affliction, ordeal, misery, tribunal, assessment, bad luck, bother, anxiety, audition


Meanings of Balance:
  1. Equitable weight distribution that allows someone or something to stay upright and stable.

  2. A situation where different objects are equal or in exactly the same proportions.

  3. Weighing equipment, mainly with central axis, beam and two scales.

  4. Balance or strength.

  5. The amount applicable to overweight

  6. A number that represents the difference between the amount credited and debited to the account and the amount in the account.

  7. Keep (some) in a stable position so that you do not fall.

  8. Comparing or comparing the price of (one thing) with another.

  9. (Account) Compare charges and credits to make sure they are the same.

Sentences of Balance
  1. He lost his balance and fell

  2. Responsibility for political balance in the audiovisual sector

  3. Your opinion is that work is more important than free time.

  4. You have created a healthy balance in your savings account.

  5. The cup he balances on his knees.

  6. The cost of obtaining this information must be weighed against the benefits.

Synonyms of Balance

position, footing, equality, steady, compensation, assess, justice, ballast, equilibrium, makeweight, countercheck, parallelism, compare, counterweight, stability, poise, impartiality, comparability, recompense, symmetry