Reconciliation on Bkper is intended to keep your balance values in par with their counterparts in reality. 

Bank account balance values, are a clear example to understand this. Your bank account balance value must match the corresponding value on the extract provided by your bank. Other real accounts such as debs, credit cards, receivables or any Asset or Liability accounts are examples of accounts to reconcile.

Keeping accounts reconciled is one of the most important aspect of having your finances under control. Once Assets and Liabilities accounts balances matches the real accounts balances, you have everything right.

Bkper provide some tools to help you keep it reconciled:

  • The Daily Running Balances
  • Check/Unckeck transactions
  • Balance adjustments

The Daily Running Balances

To help identify the missing or wrong transactions, when you filter transactions by clicking on any Asset or Liability account, the running balances on last transaction of each day is showed next to the account name, like bellow:

That way you can verify your bank account statement, for example, and, once the balance match certain day, you make sure the account is reconciled until that day, so you can keep working on the next days until find the discrepancies.

Check / Uncheck

Once you have balances matching to certain date, you can check all transactions before that date, creating a point of reference in time and also protecting those transactions from getting edited or reverted again.

See Transaction Status article to learn more.

Balance Adjustments

If, for any reason, you believe it is more convenient to have the balance right at some point in time, you can decide to just adjust the balance value. To do so, click on the account you want to adjust and More >> Adjust Account balance:

The transaction editor will be filled with a transaction with the amount corresponding with the adjustment:

If you believe the most recent transactions are right, you can choose an older date to the adjustment.

After the transaction is posted, the balance of the account will be set to the one you chose.

The adjustment process is similar to opening an account balance, so, check out Opening Balances article to learn more.

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