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BB Cash View Not Reconciling

BB Cash View Not Reconciling

BB Cash View Not Reconciling

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When running our bank reconciliation report, everything seems to be balanced. However, our Bank Book Cash View has been off a consistent amount(~$1108) for months. A missing record could not be located.

We attempted to modify the first record, but that did not work because then the bank view matched the ledger, but the bank reconciliation was off.
When we added a record, checked reconcile, the bank view matched the ledger, but the bank reconciliation was off.

We have done all the solutions Macola offered, which included purging and rebuilding our files. When I manually add up the bbopnfil, it matches the BB cash view.

Does anybody have any suggestions on what we can do in order to fix our BB cash view? Everything else appears to reconcile.

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