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AR Reconciliation Report Shows Difference in Applied/Unappled Receipts Section and Matches Difference Between Aging to GL (Doc ID 2659267.1)

Last updated on APRIL 15, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


AR Reconciliation Report is unbalanced with offsetting difference in Applied Receipts (+ve) and Unapplied Receipts (-ve) section of the Report body.
There is also a matching (-ve) difference in the overall Report balance.

      Applied Receipts Register       (-)                                         5,000.00                             5,000.00
          Amount Applied                                  5,000.00
          Earned Discounts                                   0.00
          Unearned Discounts                                 0.00
      Applied Receipts Journal Entries                                                                                 4,877.00
          Difference                                                                                                             123.00
      Unapplied Receipts Register     (-)                                                    4,877.00                  4,877.00
          On Account                                        0.00
          Unapplied                                     4,877.00
          Claims Investigation                              0.00
          Prepayments                                       0.00
      Unapplied Receipts Journal Entries                                                                              5,000.00
          Difference                                                                                                           -123.00

      Difference                                                                       -123.00

When balancing the Subledger to the GL, for Receivable Account, the Aging - 7 Buckets by Account Report is out of balance with the GL by the same amount as above.


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