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Petty cash bank reconciliation on Sage


Hi everyone,

 

New company and I have just transferred £ 100 from our bank account (n/c 1200) to the petty cash account (n/c 1230)-we have also physically withdrawn £ 100 from our bank account and placed in the petty cash tin. All good so far :)

However, when I come to monthly bank reconciliation on Sage the £ 100 transfer doesn't appear anywhere on the bank payments/supplier payments meaning that the bank rec. is out by £ 100 as I can't match that amount to anything.

I know that the bank reconciliation screen I am working on is currently for n/c 1200 so the petty cash is sat on 1230 but still unsure what I need to do :(

 

Can anyone help ?

 

Thanks in advance

 



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Hi ??
We cannot help you on here as this is a forum for professional Accountants and Bookkeepers, so you really need to speak to sage or your Accountant. When you talk to your accountant it is worth mentioning (if they dont already know)what type and version of sage you have.

It wouldnt appear on the supplier payments as its not a supplier. If its an old sage and you did a transfer via a journal then the journals will not show in the Bank rec screen.

Look for it in the search option and double check - sounds like you have mis-keyed it.

But as I say more than that we cannot help!

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You can contact with this company - They will exactly help you with calculation, they have a great team of accountants - << removed >>



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^^^^^^
SPAM

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Double whammy Shaun!



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All sorted :)

 

Thanks Joanne.



-- Edited by Shamus on Wednesday 14th of March 2018 01:58:54 PM

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