Yes. Make the required entries and simply “re-close” the closed period. Enhanced will then move only the new journal entries to the closed period.
I have a standard list of journal entries that I make each month. The only difference in these entries is the dollar amounts. Is there a way that I can set up standard journal entries that “recur” each month?
Yes. Go to General Ledger – Data Entry tab – Add/Edit Recurring Journal Entries. Enter the respective journal entries (including dollar amounts) for the current entry. The dollar amounts can be changed in subsequent months by returning to this screen. Now, go to the Actions Tab and click on Update Recurring Journal Entries. Select the respective accounting period to be posted, and then click OK.
Click on the Reports tab and select AUD Report. If you wish to report on the year 2006, enter 2007 in the Year for the AUD to be created. Click on Create AUD Report. Click File, and then Close. Now click on View AUD report. Note: the totals for the AUD will be listed under Current Year (current year column contains the 2006 totals for the current year’s submittal (2007) for the AUD report).
When making the journal entry to record receiving money against a revenue account, be sure to enter the “deposit number” as part of the description. Then, click on the Inquiry tab (General Ledger) and select Selective Account Detail. Enter a date range, click on the G/L Detail – Selective Account radio button and double click on the revenue account(s) that you wish to review. Click OK. You’ll now be able to print a report that will display what was deposited; account(s) deposit numbers and amount(s). Note: the Disbursements & Receipts module addresses this issue by automatically reporting on both expenditures and revenues.
Edit the journal entry by clicking on the Edit button (General Ledger Module – Add/Edit Journal Entries) and select the appropriate batch #. Simply enter “zero” in place of all the debit / credit values and click File then Close. Now re-enter the journal entries using the correct date.