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Bank Reconciliation Statement in Tally 7.2

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Posted On 20 March 2010 at 17:47 Report Abuse

During Bank Reco in our Tally 7.2, I simply change the date of unmatched entries to next month. For e.g. We deposited a cheque on 28th February which was cleared on 2nd March, so during Bank Reco I change the 28th February to 1st March on Tally so that balance of February of cash bank(tally) and Bank statement remains the same if we press F5. But I wonder is it correct way to do in Tally 7.2? Do you also change the date for mismatched entries?

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Posted On 21 March 2010 at 22:34

in tally  we do rbank econcilaltion by just changing that bank date on which cheque is cleared . This is correct method of bank reconcillation in tally software





stufflearn
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Posted On 31 March 2010 at 17:39

Your reply does not explain to me anything here. Anyway, thanks for your replies in some of my other questions.



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Posted On 10 April 2010 at 15:17

If somebody has entered wrong bank date of clearing in bank. e.g if cheque is cleared on 5-3.2010 but wrongly its been entered on 27.2.2010 how the bank date can be edited to 5.3.2010??




CA GIRISH
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Posted On 10 April 2010 at 16:33

YEAH IT IS POSSIBLE GO TO RECONCILIATION AND JUST DIRECTLY EDIT THE DATE.

MAKE SURE YOU ARE NOT SETTING THE DATE PRIOR TO THE VOUCHER DATE.



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