Is there anyway of saving the ticked items when you reconcile a bank statement? I have just had to perform a reconciliation for an entire against the company bank statement, and each time I have to enter or modify something, or I move away from the page, it unticks everything and I have to do the whole process over again!!!
What the system should do is save the reconciled items, show me a list of older unreconciled items for the period, then I can modify/amend where relevant, but come back to the reconciliation where I left off.
Currently I am having to do the same job at least 3 times over!!!
Yes, that is how I have been doing the reconciliation, entering start and end date and balances, but like I say, as soon as you update something or move to another page it unticks everything, so you have to do the whole process over again!
I’ve just tried running the reconciliation tool (as above) on a test account, it actually lists more than the 50 transactions. I believe this was relaxed some time ago as it’s a ‘one off’ process rather than repeated. This would allow you to check more transactions in one go.
Is this not the case with your account? If not, can you walk me through the process you are doing and I’ll try and replicate it
Alternatively, are you able to check smaller periods at a time? The 50 page limit is in place to prevent a large load on our servers. There’s more info on this, in a post by @Glenn.
Even if I try and reconcile for a month, I have to re-tick everything each time, so…
I enter my reconciliation dates and balances, press go, and it tells me what I am short/over by.
I then tick the items I have on my bank statement.
I find I do not have some transactions in quickfile, so I add these to quickfile.
I then hit reconcile again to include these newly added unticked items.
Quickfile then unticks everything I had ticked, so I need to start the check again from the beginning of the month.
Why can the system not save the already ticked items, so that you can come back to reconciliation once any amendments have been made?