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E1: 09: Overview of Manual Bank Account Reconciliation (P09131/R09551/R09552/R09130/R09132P) (Doc ID 664691.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne General Ledger - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Overview

As part of your period-end processes, you might need to reconcile the balances in your bank accounts with your bank statements, selected expense accounts and other general ledger accounts. You can easily reconcile bank accounts on a monthly basis using the Bank Account Reconciliation. When using the Bank Account Reconciliation selection to reconcile accounts, you complete the following steps in sequential order:

1. Reconcile voided payments and receipts (R09551 and R09552)

2. Running Refresh Refresh Reconciliation File Program (R09130)

3a. Reconciling Bank Account Transactions Manually (P09131)

3b. Reconciling Debit and Credit Amounts (P09131)

4. Understanding the Reconciliation Report (R09132P)

5. Changing a Reconciled Transaction to Unreconciled (P09131)

Scope

This document is intended for Finance Functional users who will be involved in Account Reconciliation in the General Accounting system.

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In this Document
Purpose
 Overview
Scope
Details
 Setup
 Reconcilable AAI Range (GLRCxx) 
 Reconciliation Codes
 Reconciling Voided Payments and Receipts (R09551/R09552)
 Overview
 Program Functionality
 Setup
 Running Refresh Refresh Reconciliation File Program (R09130)
 Reconciling Bank Account Transactions Manually (P09131)
 Overview
 Setup
 Reconciling Transactions
 Reconciling Debit and Credit Amounts (P09131)
 Overview
 Setup
 Reconciling Debit and Credit Transactions Manually
 Running the Reconciliation Report (R09132P)
 Program Functionality
 Setup
 Reviewing the Report
 Changing a Reconciled Transaction to Unreconciled (P09131)
 Frequently Asked Questions
References

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