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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Cookbook by Mark Polino, Ian Grieve

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Reducing out-of-balance problems with Allow Account Entry

Balancing subledgers like accounts payable or accounts receivable to the general ledger can be a time consuming process at period end. A common reason that a subledger doesn't match the corresponding account in the general ledger is that a user has made an entry directly to the general ledger.

Transactions in Dynamics GP generally flow down from subledgers into the general ledger. With rare exceptions, transactions made in the general ledger do not flow back upstream to a subledger. This means that when users make an entry directly to a general ledger account, the information doesn't flow back up to a related subledger, resulting in an out-of-balance situation.

A scenario like this is easily ...

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