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The easiest way to ensure AccountRight matches your bank is to set up bank feeds (note: you need an AccountRight subscription for this feature). Bank feeds not only lets you compare the information in AccountRight with your bank account and credit card transactions, but also it will automatically check for identical transactions. All you need to do is approve the match! This saves you valuable time and assures that your bookkeeping is up-to-date.
You can also use AccountRight to pay your suppliers and employees electronically. By setting up electronic payments, you can make quick and easy payments by preparing an electronic payment file for your bank to process.
Using bank feeds
Save yourself the headache of manually crosschecking your software with your bank by letting bank feeds work for you!
It works by matching transactions from your bank to those recorded in AccountRight. And the best part? You can tailor your bank feeds experience to reflect the way you do business.
Do you have a lot of daily transactions? Use bank feeds to speed up data entry. You can even set up rules to automatically create matching transactions in AccountRight, or to help match payments to invoices and bills.
Approved a match by mistake? Simply undo the approval and the match it reversed.
Recording money in and out
Need to record money that’s not related to an invoice or bill you’ve entered?
Use Spend Money to record the payments you make for things such as petrol, office stationery, and phone bills.
Use Receive Money to record amounts you've received, such as interest payments or capital injections.
You can enter transactions with less detail, by using the Bank Register window.
The cash and cheques have been piling up, so it’s time to go to the bank to make a deposit.
To make this easier, you can record sales to the Undeposited Funds account. This will temporarily hold the money received by cash, cheque and credit card, until you’re ready to prepare a bank deposit. This allows you to track the individual payments that have made up the total deposited amount, making reconciliation easier.
You can transfer money between bank accounts, including bank and credit card accounts. For example, if you have a petty cash account set up as a bank account, you can transfer funds to it to top up the balance of your petty cash float.
Even if you use bank feeds to bring your bank account and credit card information into AccountRight, you still need to reconcile your accounts. This ensures that the bank account balances in your company file match your bank’s records.
But if things don’t go to plan, it could be that your accounts don’t balance or you might even need to undo a previous reconciliation.