Bank Reconciliation

The USC Bank Reconciliation Module works seamlessly with the General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Account Receivable, and Payroll systems to allow for a quick and easy means of checking the bank statement and company records for any errors or omissions. The structured, organized entry methods and reporting functionality removes the aggravation and time-consuming searches for discrepancies in an easy-to-use fashion.

The Bank Reconciliation Module is designed to assist the user in comparing and reconciling the statements of accounts as provided by the bank with the registers and records maintained by the business. This Module allows for any number of bank accounts and can automatically receive postings of checks generated by the Payroll and Accounts Payable Modules.

Transactional Details

Retain transaction details for an entire fiscal year or for only the current period. Regardless of the option selected, account balances are maintained for the current and previous fiscal year.

Prior Period Adjustments

Access prior periods and make adjustments or even add new entries.

Unlimited Companies

Maintain separate accounting systems for an unlimited number of companies, each with their own independent chart of accounts, fiscal year ending date, etc.

Budget vs. Actual

Maintain a budget and produce Budget vs. Actual comparisons.


Departmentalize the income statement including automatic postings to a consolidated company total department, while still being able to produce separated income statements.

Period Flexibility

Enter and retain transactions for new periods before closing out the current period.


  • Easily match bank records to internal records for accurate statements.

  • Effective reporting to determine the reason why certain records are inconsistent (i.e. check already cleared, differing amounts between Bank and GL statements, etc.).

  • Automate reconciliation statements between bank statements and General Ledger data.

  • Effortlessly view unreconciled items and amounts.

  • Multiple reports allow for viewing of audit trails of dates, times, and journal actions.

  • Sort and group bank transactions, allowing them to then be coded and reconciled in bulk.