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Credit Card Fees won't show on bank reconcilation!

Credit Card Fees won't show on bank reconcilation!

Credit Card Fees won't show on bank reconcilation!

Each month I am charged Credit Card Fees from the bank.  I typically go into the payments screen and create an entry for each crdit card (i.e. Mastercard, Discover, AMEX).  Where the screen wants a check # I use AMEXFees0203 and file it and it becomes a part of my cash disbursement register.  Up until just recently (maybe 2 months) when I would go and do my monthly reconcilation in Peachtree I would see all my checks and my credit card fee entries and I would simply check off all that have cleared my account but now these credit card fee entries do not appear on the reconcilation screen causing me problems.  I have had to do some intregity checks and run various program checks because of cross footing errors and was wondering if possibly this could be causing it?  Anyone out there heard of this or can give me some steps to take to cure this problem.


RE: Credit Card Fees won't show on bank reconcilation!

Double-check the cash account number you are posting to from the payments task screen.  If this account number is not the same one you are reconciling, it won't show on the account reconciliation screen.

If the cash account is correct, try deleting the payment and re-entering it.  If this works, then you many need unpost the cash disb. journal from accounting period 1 and then re-post it.

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