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Beginning balance changes in reconciling.

Last month's account balanced and reconciled with a beginning balance of $74,746.40. This month's bank statement shows same balance. Reconciled beginning balance is different. How can this be corrected.

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    I'm trying to reconcile my account. When I put in the "This statement" amount a pop up state that I need to put in correct date. I noticed that the last reconciliation date is incorrect. I am assuming that is the date that I need to fix and don't know how to do it.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    hi
    how to solve the difference in balances of profit and loss account.
    ex.closing balance as on 31-3-13 is say 5000/- when we shift the period the balance on 01-04-13 should be 5000/- but its not
    how to solve this issue?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    going to reconcile this month and my begining balance doesnt match my bank statement balance

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There is nothing problem with the quick books or your bank account , this months begining balance doesnot match because you have done something(edited) with the cleared or previously reconciled transactions which adds up to the balance and shows more. just find the old edited in the list of reconcilation and reconcile as usual. u willl be alright

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