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Lee71
Level 1

Bank Reconciliation Report

Is there a way to keep "New Transactions" from printing on the Bank Reconciliation Report?   Example, If the period ends on November 30th, transaction through the reconciliation date are shown.  

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Best answer December 12, 2020

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RenjolynC
QuickBooks Team

Bank Reconciliation Report

I've got you covered, Lee71.

 

When you’re reconciling an account, make sure to review the bank statement period and the opening balance. This way, only transactions for that period shows up.

 

You can also put a check mark on the Hide transactions after the statement's end date box in the Reconcile window.  

 

 

I've got this article that you can use as a guide in balancing your account: Reconcile an account in QuickBooks Desktop

 

After you finish reconciling, check if you see the new transactions by printing a Reconciliation report.

 

  1. In the Reconcile window, click Reconcile Now.

  2. You will get the Select Reconciliation Report window, choose the level of detail that you want in the report (Summary to summarize the account activity for the reconciliation period, Detail to list all the transactions cleared in the reconciliation period, or Both to run both types of reports).

  3. Click the Print. In the Print Lists window, choose whether you'd like to print this report to your printer or to a file.

  4. Hit Print.

Here's a sample screenshot for a visual reference:

 

 

If you've already finished reconciling, you can view the information from a prior reconciliation by clicking the Previous Reconciliation report link.

 

Please feel free to get back to me if you are getting the same result. I'll be around to help you out again. Thanks.

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RenjolynC
QuickBooks Team

Bank Reconciliation Report

I've got you covered, Lee71.

 

When you’re reconciling an account, make sure to review the bank statement period and the opening balance. This way, only transactions for that period shows up.

 

You can also put a check mark on the Hide transactions after the statement's end date box in the Reconcile window.  

 

 

I've got this article that you can use as a guide in balancing your account: Reconcile an account in QuickBooks Desktop

 

After you finish reconciling, check if you see the new transactions by printing a Reconciliation report.

 

  1. In the Reconcile window, click Reconcile Now.

  2. You will get the Select Reconciliation Report window, choose the level of detail that you want in the report (Summary to summarize the account activity for the reconciliation period, Detail to list all the transactions cleared in the reconciliation period, or Both to run both types of reports).

  3. Click the Print. In the Print Lists window, choose whether you'd like to print this report to your printer or to a file.

  4. Hit Print.

Here's a sample screenshot for a visual reference:

 

 

If you've already finished reconciling, you can view the information from a prior reconciliation by clicking the Previous Reconciliation report link.

 

Please feel free to get back to me if you are getting the same result. I'll be around to help you out again. Thanks.

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Lee71
Level 1

Bank Reconciliation Report

Thanks for your prompt reply.  I guess I've been concentrating on the numbers and neglected to read!

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