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excludeRDP Setup - Hosted Server

 


Accessing Bank Reconciliation Wizard

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Next, set the date to the end of the month that is to be reconciled.

Utilize the Include checks printed after As Of date option to include/exclude checks that were printed after the bank rec was completed.

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Set the Account Number to the corresponding General Ledger (G/L)  account by typing it in, or selecting the magnifying glass icon as shown below.

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Please Note: If a check is voided, it will show on this side with an asterisk, that denotes it was voided. There will be a corresponding entry on the other side that you will check to keep it in balance.

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As you mark off the checks, the outstanding checks balance will change and adjust the total on the Bank Balance section.

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A: If you need to reopen the bank rec after you have closed, go to the Bank Reconciliation Wizard grid where you see all the bank recs. Click on the last one you completed for the account you are needing to make changes. Click on it ONE time, just to anchor it (will be highlighted). Now, hit the delete key on the toolbar. A message will pop up confirming deletion, select yes. A second message will pop up to let you know that the bank rec has been uncompleted and you select ok and close the window and IMMEDIATELY hit the refresh button on the toolbar. Now, that bank rec will show as NOT completed and you can go into it and edit or adjust. All that was done in this process was to unpost and delete the Adjustment batch that might have been created when you first closed it.
Again, just click on the bank rec you want to re-open ONE time in the grid, hit the delete key ONE time and then be SURE you hit the REFRESH button before you do anything else (after closing out of all the prompts). 


Q: What if I have an Entry that needs to be made after the Bank Reconciliation?

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