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Accpac cannot Roll-over correcty

Accpac cannot Roll-over correcty

Accpac cannot Roll-over correcty

Hi All,

We are having a problem when trying to print Trial Balance or Transactions List of a certain Loan Account. When Printing a report for say - December 2018 - of a Balance sheet item expected to be equal to the opening balance of the following year! But with our case the Closing comes with a Credit of say 1,504,000/- but when printing the following year the opening is different, it comes with the Debit of say 2,041,678/-. This has become an Audit query. Please do the needful, the client is on my neck.


RE: Accpac cannot Roll-over correcty

Not enough info to give an answer. GL data integrity check clean? Is the GL account set correctly as a balance sheet account? Were there any entries posted to the Adjustment period or Closing period?
Look at the transaction history for 2018 and 2019, it must be in there somewhere.

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