Reconcile using e-Banking

If your bank's e-Banking service provides an electronic statement reconciliation, you can download a file with details of transactions using your banking software, and then import this into Sage 200

How it works

  1. You import your bank transactions from your bank's software into Sage 200. This is typically done via a CSV file.
  2. You can then automatically match these to transactions you've entered in Sage 200.

Before you start

The Sage e-Banking component and the component for your bank's e-Banking service must be installed with Sage 200 desktop app. See How to set up e-Banking.