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Integrating A/R to General Ledger? Help?

Integrating A/R to General Ledger? Help?

Integrating A/R to General Ledger? Help?

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Well, we're taking baby steps to move into the 21st century here.

I want to integrate my A/R module with my G/L Module in MAS 90 4.2.  I have clicked the box in A/R Setup to "Integrate with General Ledger" but then when I look at the G/L Trial balance, I still have a zero balance for A/R.

Help?  Does the system look back retroactively to do this, or will it integrate moving forward?

RE: Integrating A/R to General Ledger? Help?

First you need to work with your reseller on this. But the short answer. If you have open invoices in AR then run your Trial Balance as of the current period. Then go into the GL and made an entry into the GL AR account.  You would need to work with your reseller and/or company CPA or controller to determine which off-set to use.

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