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A/P listing <> control account

A/P listing <> control account

A/P listing <> control account

We are having a problem where the A/P listing will not stay equal to the A/P control account in the general ledger.  As well, the balance per general ledger in the bank reconciliation does not equal the bank account in the general ledger.

We posted JE's at May 31 to reconcile these 4 balances and now as of June 14 we are off again.  The difference in our A/P listing is equal to the difference in our bank reconciliation.  

Our VAR spent a day with us at month end without shedding any light on the problem.  Any ideas what could be throwing us off?

RE: A/P listing <> control account

Are you running Cashbook? Sounds like it. If so, do you have the CB/AP and CB/Ar clearning accounts set up? You mention AP out of balance, what about AR? It is probably just your clearing accounts. Tell me if you have CB then maybe I can help.

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