How To Setup Bank Reconciliation For The First Time In Sage 50?
Bank account Reconciliation is an essential option to maintain the accuracy of bank transactions and balances. If you are looking for simple guidance to use the reconciliation feature in Sage 50, you are in the right place. ReConcileBooks will be a helping hand for setting up Sage 50 Bank reconciliation for the First time. Before starting this task, you have to set up an account you need to reconcile monthly.
Sage 50 Bank Reconciliation First Time
Reconciliation Account Setup:
- Firstly, if you do not have any existing account, then integrate the below-mentioned account in Sage 50:
- Income Account
- Reconciliation Account
- Expense Account
- Adjustment Account
- After adding accounts now locate Home window and then select Accounts
- Select the account you need to reconcile
- Discover Account Reconciliation option and verify the displaying box named Save Transactions For Account Reconciliation
- Hit on a Setup option and then choose the above-added accounts (Adjustment accounts, income, and expense)
- Click on the Ok option
Process Reconciling Sage 50 Account 1st Time
Start reconciling an account for the first time in Sage 50:
To do this, follow the below instructions:
- Discover the most recent statements associated with Bank or Credit account that you are attempting to reconcile
- Locate the window named Reconciliation & Deposits
- To perform this, here are the steps:
- Go to the Home window and select the Banking option listed on the navigation pane
- View the tasks pane and then hit on Reconcile Account button
- Choose the preferred account for reconciliation
- Write the Statement Start & Ending dates and then fill the Reconciliation date. You are allowed to reconcile multiple statements for a single account. In case there are many statements, you can easily combine them individually, along with the oldest one.
- Fill both the fields’ named Statement Opening & End balances
- Choose the Transaction option and then hit on Add Prior Outstanding
- Write a date to the field which says Show Resolved Transaction On or After. Select the date that you already know about the oldest outstanding transaction date associated with the account or set the default date
- You can use a sort method to choose the preferred transaction from the list. Set the order of entry feature for sorting the transaction according to the entered order
- Choose the outstanding transactions on the beginning date displaying on the bank statement.
- Hit on Add option to route them towards the Outstanding Transaction table
- If all transactions appeared were outstanding, then Select Add All.
- Verify the pending transactions which you have not yet recorded in Software
- If found, then you can manually add those transactions through clicking on Insert Outstanding button.
- You can preview the reports by the Report option.
- It is an ideal decision if you take a print copy of the report named Reconciliation Transaction with both Resolved and Outstanding Transactions.
- The print file can be easily saved in the account reconciliation documents.
- These reports consist of cleared and outstanding transactions so that they can be used to monitor data entry during the bank records analysis.
- Hit on the Ok option and then click Process.
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Help For Sage 50 New User Reconcile Bank
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