Bank Reconciliation Report

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Introduction

The Bank Reconciliation Report displays a specific reconciliation for a particular account. The report displays beginning balance, cleared checks and payments, cleared deposits and credits, uncleared checks and payment, and uncleared deposits and credits in report form for a period ending date. It is a summary of the monthly bookkeeping task – bank reconciliations.

Form Access

  • From the main menu, click Reports | Accounting | Banking | Bank Reconciliation, or use the Report Navigator.

Bank Reconciliation File Path

Bank Reconciliation File Path

Report Options

The following options are available.

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  • Select reconciled account and period – Select from this drop-down list, an available previous bank account reconciliation on which to base the report.
  • Cancel – The Cancel button closes the window.
  • Preview – The Preview button will show an on-screen display of the report, from which a hard-copy can be printed.  The preview screen is also capable exporting the report in a PDF format for email use.  A text search function in the preview screen can be used to locate a particular string of text.
  • Close Window on Preview – Ticking this checkbox will have the options window automatically close when the Preview button is clicked.

Example

Below is an example report (which may have been cropped and shrunk to conserve space).

Sample - Bank Reconciliation PDF

Sample – Bank Reconciliation PDF

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