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In AX 2009 Bank Reconciliation, the "correction amount" field allowed to easily and quickly reconcile a bank transaction for say $ 100 with a $ 105 transaction on the bank statement, posting the difference (as a correction amount) to a P&L account - very handy to record bank charges, for exmaple.
I don't seem to see this field in the Advanced Bank Reconciliation window, how can we then handle such a case, when the bank transaction amount does not match exactly the one on the statement ?
I am also having the same issue when using advanced bank reconciliation. I have a difference, that is not attributed to penny difference that is set up on the "bank reconciliation rules" eg. 0.05. I have the same reference number and same transaction type but a difference of 5 that we know is tied to some taxes differences. We want to automatically reconcile these transactions and post the difference to a tax variance account and not the penny difference.
Any suggestion is appreciated.
I will follow. I also love to get an answer for that.
AX experts any hints, suggestions :)
Azza - since you are not the person originally asking, I would suggest that you start a new thread with the question, possibly in the D365 forumt - it would make it easier for people to view you question and give you an answer. This thread is almost 4 years old
This option exists also in Advanced Bank Reconciliation.
The process to do that is different, and in summary:
1. select the 2 slightly differing transactions in the statement pane and in the bank pane.
2. press "match"
3. press "mark as reconciled" button
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