Consulting bank reconciliation 

Bank reconciliation verifies that the data on your bank statement matches your recorded journal entries. This verification process ensures the accuracy of recorded transactions and makes it possible to identify errors and omissions. Bank reconciliation is not the same concept as matching. Matching makes it possible to combine movements in opposite directions. For example, matching

Advice for importing journal entries 

To import data into Sage Active, review the following instructions and information. Respect the file structure. Do not delete the first three lines of the CSV file: Line 1: This header line contains the titles of the data that needs to be included. Line 2: This line contains the translations from line 1 in square

Importing journal entries 

You can import journal entries to complete an existing database and therefore avoid manual data entry in the application. To import journal entries, first download the import template. This template shares important information and presents the only valid file structure for a successful import. If you want to import data retrieved from an accounting or

Exporting journal entries 

To export your accounting entries: use the Accounting entries export (Processing> FEC generation > Accounting entries export). Select a date range then generate the file. Once generated, you just have to download it.

Copying a journal entry 

If you have mistakenly recorded an entry in the wrong journal or in an incorrect period, correct the error by transferring the entry. The transfer can be done through Accounting > Accounting entries…

Optimizing entries 

The Accounting menu offers many elements configured to facilitate your entries by means of the automatic mechanisms put in place. These mechanisms rely on the linking together of all elements. Do not hesitate to modify certain settings to adapt them to your needs, but also to configure new elements to optimize your entries…

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