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  • Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 02:07 PM


    Manual Bank Statement

    With this function, you can manually enter bank account statements you receive.


    Statement entry is usually a two-step process:

    • First, you enter the account line items in the system. Various tools are available to help you with this. You can vary the row format for entering individual transactions.

    In addition, the system supports individual account determination and checks data consistency.

    • The second step is to post the line items you have entered.

    The account assignment variant can be changed at any time during processing. You can also enter more than one value in an account assignment field. The system highlights account assignment fields for which you do this.

    When you enter your data, payment advices created in Cash Management using memo record entry can be automatically transferred to the bank statement.

    There are various selection criteria for doing this. For example, you can select all payment advices entered within a certain planning period or on a specific statement date.

    When you process the data, you can delete from the entry screen any memo records that do not match the bank account statement.

    If you entered the wrong beginning or ending balance, you can correct it in the entry screen.

    Posting Specifications

    In the manual bank statement function, you can create up to two postings for each line item.

    • A bank account posting (for example, debit bank account and credit bank clearing account)

    • A subledger posting (for example, debit bank clearing account and credit customer account with clearing)

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