Why do the Trial Balance figures not match the totals in the In House Balance report?

Modified on Thu, 17 Jan, 2019 at 8:52 AM

Users will often use the In House Balance Report as a comparison tool when checking the Trial Balance figures. This can be useful but there are a few differences in the data that must be considered.

The Trial Balance start and end figures are a running total of all previous transactions excluding deposits made for future Events or Reservations. The In House Balance report only includes balances for reservations that are currently checked in or would have been checked in on the date selected. Therefore, any outstanding balances on historic reservations will not be included in the In House Balance report. Also, any charges created for future reservations will not be shown either. Finally, the In House Balance report shows all House Accounts which do not have a balance of 0 on the date selected. This means that payments made for events in the future will be included here, whereas they wont be included in the Trial Balance figure.

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