PayPal Accounting

PayPal Accounting

* If you are doing any volume of PayPal transactions at all, it’s probably easiest to look for accounting software that will handle PayPal transactions by data import or full integration. PayPal accounts would normally be set up as an additional bank account in your accounting software, (this will also give you the option of paying [read more]

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Proforma Bank Reconciliation

*Balance per cash book less any bank payments plus any bank receipts Corrected cashbook: less any cheques paid in but not cleared plus any cheques drawn (paid out) but not cleared Balance per bank statement: Note that this is only one way of laying out a bank statement.  With the advent of accounting software, a [read more]

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Things to look out for when doing a bank reconciliation

*The company’s cash book may require the following adjustments: direct debit payments and standing orders directly to or from the bank account may not have been entered into the cash book bank interest and charges may not have been entered into the cash book. Items which may have been included in the cash book but [read more]

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Why do a Bank Reconciliation

*The point of carrying out a bank reconciliation is to check that nothing has been missed from the business’s records and also to ensure that there have been no bank errors. A business’s cash book will rarely agree to the bank statement and it can be easy to miss transactions, such as direct debit payments if [read more]

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What is a Bank Reconciliation

*A bank reconciliation is simply a checking exercise to ensure that the business can “agree” their records to the balance on their bank statement. It is normally done each time a bank statement is received.  (It is possible, but highly inadvisable to leave it until the year end) *

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