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Re: HOW TO UNDO MY LAST BANK RECONCILIATON?
You actually have 2 options
You can edit the Journal Entry to change the amounts.
To unreconcile, you must enter the register for that account, go to the box that has the cleared checkmark, and click on the checkmark until the box is blank. This has to be done on each transaction for the reconcile.
Once that is completed, you can reconcile that month again.
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The interest rate you will pay on your Business overdraft is linked to the Bank of England Bank Rate, which may change from time to time.
Based on our assessment of your individual circumstances, we may offer you a rate of 10.31% per annum (10.06% plus the current Bank of England Bank Rate). This is correct as at 4th August 2016.
If it is not prearranged, the Unauthorised Borrowing Interest rate is 26.4%.
The unauthorised borrowing interest rate has been effective from 01/08/2005 and was last reviewed on 09/03/2009.
The Unauthorised Borrowing interest rate is not linked to the Bank of England Bank Rate and can be changed by the bank at any time. In accordance to account terms and conditions, notice will be provided for changes to the unauthorised borrowing interest rate.
You'll pay an arrangement fee of up to 1.5% on your overdraft, which is related to the amount you borrow. We'll also discuss the terms with you before any overdraft is taken out.
To cover our administration costs for smaller facilities, there will be a minimum scale charge of between £100 and £250 resulting in the overall charge being more than 1.5%.
In order to get business loan, you must provide your bank statements from the last three months. In case you do not have these, it's suggested that you visit your local bank branch and ask for print outs of your recent transactions from the last three months.
It is a way of showing an encrypted entry - like a password. You will not be able to read it - for that matter neither will the bank/hosting service etc. If you have lost it you will have to get the service provider to reset it for you
If you are trying to reconcile to your bank balance, you should not be reviewing the "deposit detail" report.
1) Go to "Banking" then "Reconcile"
2) If the "Opening Balance" is incorrect, then close the "reconcile" window and go to "Reports" then "Banking" then "Bank Reconciliation Discrepancy" report. (This report will reveal what changed after your last successful reconciliation).
3) If the "Opening Balance" is correct, then you want to press "continue" to focus on the bottom of the window, which reveals "total deposits marked as cleared". If you have duplicates, you will see them on the right side of the screen, but the ultimate goal is to have a "Deposits Total" (in QuickBooks) that agrees with the "Deposits Total" (per Bank Statement).
The "Deposit Detail" report is a "Journal Report" to show you details of historical deposit records, Has nothing to do with "reconciling" your current bank balance.
QuickBooks data files cannot be merged. This is because of the linkages involved. One solution would be to enter the journal entries manually.
Another option may be to switch to the Enterprise version. You would still have seperate files, but the data from two files can be merged in a report.
Wow, that's a lotta percent... something is posting incorrectly, and could be for one of two reasons:
1. You could go to Tasks > Maintain > Company and go through the way the company's accounting is set up, but more than likely, it's #2.
2. Someone is posting journal entries and getting their debits & credits mixed up. That's something that unfortunately nobody can help you with unless they're physically there with you going over individual journal entries. I would suggest this: If there was a time EVER when the income statement was correct, GO BACK TO THAT. Then start printing journal entries from that point forward and make sure that all the amounts for each journal entry were correctly categorized as either a debit or a credit. All journal entries must zero out at the bottom. I don't think that Peachtree will even let you save a journal entry unless it's zeroed out. Good luck!!
Do you have a touchpad on your laptop? I don't know if this is your problem, but I used to have the exact same issue with a new laptop with a sensitive touchpad. Without realizing it, after my last keystroke, I would slightly touch the touchpad with my wrist when I left the desk, which then moved the cursor to another cell, which caused the last cell entry to get deleted.