SAP Business One in Action - Accounting - Banking and Reconciliation
This catalog is designed to aid those who sell, implement, customise and use SAP Business One. The articles in this section give an insight into the banking and reconciliation type transactions in SAP Business One. They will help you to understand the mechanism behind this functionality. Access the 'SAP Business One in Action' catalog page.
This article offers step-by-step instructions to 2 different approaches to determine whether Internal Reconciliation Upgrade (IRU) journal entries displayed in the Inconsistency Audit Trail window are already reconciled.04 Dec 2009
This article explains how a manually reconciled credit memo may be dissociated from the invoice it is reconciled with, thereby changing the document status of both documents back to 'Open'.04 Dec 2009
This article explains why the red system message 'BP Balance does not match Journal Entries' can be received when running ageing reports in SAP Business One versions lower than 2007 and how the issue is best dealt with.
04 Dec 2009
This article describes a workaround to record bank charges while posting payments.14 Dec 2009
When trading internationally with foreign currency business partners, it is inevitable that fluctuations in the global currency market affect a company's accounts. This article explains in detail how SAP Business One deals with both realized and unrealized exchange rate differences using comprehensive examples.24 May 2010
It is a common occurrence that bulk payments or partial payments are received where it is not entirely clear which invoices they relate to. Since the monetary transaction took place, the Business Partner balance in SAP Business One must reflect these received monies. If a company uses the Bank Statement Processing functionality, it is possible to create a payment on account directly from there. This article illustrates how this can be achieved.
24 May 2010
This article will provide you with a simple procedure that may be employed to internally reconcile a business partner that is both customer and supplier and thus has 2 different BP codes.24 May 2010
Although matching criteria are defined for a company to facilitate fast and easy reconciliation of bank statement data, it can occur that the desired transaction in SAP Business One is not automatically displayed. This article illustrates the steps the accountant can follow to pull up all open documents for a particular business partner and how to apply a partial payment on a higher value invoice.24 May 2010
Tips & Tricks in SAP Business One Explanation of system behavior with regard to the Dunning functionality.
01 May 2009
Tips & Tricks in SAP Business One Explanation of system behavior with regard to the payment wizard.21 Dec 2009
This article describes the different void status of cheques (Void, Void – Unconfirmed, Void – Confirmed, and Void - Not Printed) in the Cheque Register Report.14 Dec 2009
Tips & Tricks in SAP Business One. Explanation of functionality regarding payments with credit card.24 Dec 2009
This article describes how the system pulls the bank information into the Outgoing Payment function.14 Dec 2009
This article explains the warning message: "A cash account is required. Choosing a different account may cause inaccuracies in the cash flow report. Continue?"01 Dec 2009