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Switched to DirectDeposit Payroll and now entries not carrying through to bank reconciliation

Switched to DirectDeposit Payroll and now entries not carrying through to bank reconciliation

Switched to DirectDeposit Payroll and now entries not carrying through to bank reconciliation

(OP)
GP - Payroll Canada Module

We have recently made the switch to Direct Deposit payroll (we were issuing cheques prior).

Before the cheques would come through to the bank reconciliation and since switching they are not.

The amounts are showing when I look at the bank account details, but not sure why they are not going through to the bank rec any more.

Is this an extra journal needed now?

Please advise. Thank-you :)

RE: Switched to DirectDeposit Payroll and now entries not carrying through to bank reconciliation

(OP)
I have just done a "Decrease Adjustment", in the Bank Transaction Entry Module.

I did an in and out so the net effect did not effect the bank account balance in the ledger account, but it did allow the credited amount to show on my statement (finally) and I was able to complete my reconciliation.

This seems like an extra step, but GP is not the most fluid program I have used.

Any input would be appreciated :)

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