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Bank Rec and G/L trial balance do not match

Bank Rec and G/L trial balance do not match

Bank Rec and G/L trial balance do not match

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I have a problem and I cannot find the solution
My bank rec calculated book balance does not match the G/L trail balance.
I have tried to print the detail of both accounts and I cannot find my difference.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thanks
Nathalie

RE: Bank Rec and G/L trial balance do not match

I have had that happen a few times.  Are you checking the rec balance agianst Month end GL or YTD totals.  If you are trying to balance it to month end and it is off see if your YTD total matches the bank rec total.  If it does than you have posted something in the wrong month.  It will take care of itself next month.  If this is not the case find your difference and go through the GL - bank account detail and look for that amount.  I usually find it there.  

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