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New Feature - New Zero-Out Reconciliation tool available

Brandon
Member since:
May 2006
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Posted: Nov 28, 2018
Brandon   |   Posted: Nov 28, 2018
We added a new way for you to reconcile your bank statements. This new method works by entering the ending balance and then zeroing out the transactions from the statement. You can learn more about how this new tool works here: https://www.clearcheckbook.com/blog/clearcheckbook-updates/zero-out-method-reconciliation-tool-now-available
joyrodricks
Member since:
January 2011
Premium Member
Posted: Nov 28, 2018
joyrodricks   |   Posted: Nov 28, 2018
This is really a very practical tool.
cattf1sh
Member since:
September 2016
Premium Member
Posted: Dec 2, 2018
cattf1sh   |   Posted: Dec 2, 2018
Love it!
zmmrm122
Member since:
April 2011
Premium Member
Posted: Dec 3, 2018
zmmrm122   |   Posted: Dec 3, 2018
Great tool Although I had gotten used to jiving, this really is easier.
gillweb
Member since:
December 2011
Premium Member
Posted: Jan 4, 2020
gillweb   |   Posted: Jan 4, 2020
SO this tool would be to Jive the transactions within that statement date correct? I normally Jive accounts about every 2-3 days to keep up with in. In my case this tool wouldn't really work for me right?
PHishHead
Member since:
June 2009
Premium Member
Posted: Jan 6, 2020
PHishHead   |   Posted: Jan 6, 2020
After over 10 years now I have gotten so used to the Jiving method, going back to this would be like The Flintstones age. I'll keep on Jiving. Todays' technology has made this so much easier. I can add transactions into my Android as I'm walking back to my Jeep from the purchase and then just go to my bank website to see when/if it has cleared (jived). Thanks for 10 years of awesomeness CCB. Cant wait for V.5
Brandon
Member since:
May 2006
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Posted: Jan 6, 2020
Brandon   |   Posted: Jan 6, 2020
gillweb,

You're correct. This feature was added for people who wanted the old school method of reconciliation where they reconcile based on a statement with a set starting and ending balance.

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