Daily Accounting vs Monthly Statment


Terri | email Nov 15 2017, 05:20 PM
Nov 15 2017, 05:10 PM
What I'm trying to do is print a accurate deposit slip each day. As well as print a accurate monthly statement.
when i have a resident that pays 3 months in advance .. i add it to my daily deposit. in order for my report to be the same amount as my daily bank deposit I have to add all three months to today's amount. i print out the report everything is correct.
it doesnt let me break up the amount into each month AND also show up on TODAy's record. IT all shows up on one month.

example 1,995.00 given to me by a resident for Sept/Oct/Nov/ rent. The resident pays with a single check.
I have to add the whole 1,995.00 to September rent and so therefore September is 2 much money over budget and October and November is short money.

Okay,
If i do break up the amounts and add them to the correct Months September 665.00 October 665.00 November 665.00 now the Months accounting is correct but NOW my Daily deposit does not match my Bank deposit because its not showing up on TODAY'S deposit!! It has to match the Bank deposit in order for the owners to accept and not have an issue with it
Terri | email Nov 15 2017, 05:29 PM
im trying to post my question
Stephane Grenier | email Nov 15 2017, 09:05 PM
Hi Terri,

Can you please expand on what you mean by "accounting is correct but NOW my Daily deposit does not match my Bank deposit because its not showing up on TODAY'S deposit!!", If you have 3 entries for $665 should they not all appear in the bank statement? Are you entering the Date Paid as September 1st? If not then that would be the issue, you need to adjust the Date Paid to reflect when the actual payment was received.

If this is not the case then can you please attach screenshots of the 3 accounting entries so I can see exactly how they are entered into the software. As well can you provide a sample of what you would like to appear on your security deposit form.

Regards,
Stephan Grenier
Founder
LandlordMax Software Inc.
http://www.LandlordMax.com
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