Selecting multiple receipts to confirm aggregate amount

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Overview

Selecting Bookkeeping - Bank Reconciliation from the main menu allows you to:

  • view the receipts and payments that have been posted to the ledgers and cash book

  • reconcile your banking statements against the receipts and payments

Select multiple receipts to confirm aggregate amount

  1. From the main menu, select Bookkeeping > Bank Reconciliation.

  2. In the Bank Reconciliation window, select the Company and the Account.

  3. Enter the amount on your statement in the Statement Balance field.
    The Reconciliation Difference field shows the difference between the Statement Balance and the Reconciled Balance fields.

  4. Going through the statement, select each receipt or payment in the statement that also appears in the grid, and press the Space Bar on your keyboard to select the receipt and enter it in the respective Receipts Ticked and Payments Ticked fields.
    The letter 'C' appears in the item row as it is confirmed against the statement.

  5. When all receipts and payments appearing in the statement have been selected, click OK to finalise the reconciliation and exit the Bank Reconciliation window.

Note

The Date To field is not mandatory. The field displays the current date by default and you can edit it. All unreconciled items are displayed in the grid and then you are presented with the cashbook balance as available in the system on the date defined.
If you decide to change the date in the Date To field, the system will display the cashbook balance for all entries up to and including the date entered. The grid displays unreconciled items with a date up to and including the date provided in the Date to field. All information pertaining to the period after the defined date is ignored.
The Statement Balance field lets you enter a physical statement balance to reconcile the bank account. When displaying the balance of the account in respect to the physical statement balance, you can identify any outstanding balances or differences between CCH Practice Management and the statement.

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