To rectify this problem you would need to create a new bank account and merge the existing bank account into the new one. The "Account last reconciled on" date will be reset, and the future date will no longer appear. However, the reconciliation reports may show cleared transactions in the uncleared transactions section until the future date passes.
To merge two accounts of the same type, follow these steps.

    - From the Lists menu, choose Chart of Accounts.
    - Click the Account button and choose New. A New Account window appears. Make sure the Type box says Bank, then enter the name of your bank account in the Name box. Put a "2" at the end of the name. Enter any other information on this window that you may have entered in the original bank account such as a Bank Acct. No. Click OK to save the new account.
    - Select or highlight the original bank account in the Chart of Accounts.
    - Click the Account button and choose Edit.
    - Change the account name so that it is the same as the account you created in Step #2.
    - Click OK.
    - Click "Yes" to confirm that you want to merge the two accounts.
    - The Chart of Accounts will now show your bank account with a "2" at the end of its name. Edit the account to remove the "2".
The above information is also available by clicking on the Help menu and choosing Help Index. In Box 1, type merging: accounts then click the Display button.

Follow these steps:
    Deposit the payment to your home currency bank account.
    - Click on the Banking menu and choose Transfer Money.
    - On the Transfer Money Between Accounts window, transfer the amount from your home currency bank account to your foreign currency bank account. Enter the exchange rate in the Exchange Rate box. Make sure the Transfer Currency box is in your home currency. Enter the amount to transfer on the Transfer Amt line. Enter a note in the Memo box, if desired.
    - Click the Save & Close button.
To mark bills as being paid using direct debit, follow these steps.
    Click on the Suppliers (or Vendors) menu, and choose Pay Bills
    - On the Pay Bills screen, select the bill to pay and make any other desired changes.
    - Under Payment Method, choose Cheque and select "Assign Cheque no." Click the Pay & Close (or Pay & New) button and the Assign Cheque Numbers window appears.
    - On the Assign Cheque Numbers window, select “Assign the appropriate Cheque number next to each bill payment Cheque”. Under the Cheque No. column, enter DD or some other note to tell you this is a direct debit. Click OK.
On reports for this supplier, the Num column will indicate DD (or whatever was entered in step 4 above).
If credits are issued during the statement period and past due balances exist, then remove the aging section from the statement.
To remove the aging section from the statement, follow these steps.
- On the Templates list, highlight the statement template that you use to prepare your customer statements. If your only choice is the Intuit Standard Statement, you will need to make a duplicate before proceeding by clicking on the Templates button and choosing Duplicate.
- Click the Templates button and choose Edit. A Customize Statement window appears.
- On the Customize Statement window, click the Footer tab. Un-tick the box called Show Aging.
- Click OK to save the change.
- Create a customer statement by clicking the Customers menu and choosing Create Statements.
- On the Create Statements window, in the Format box, click the drop-down arrow and choose the name of the template you just modified.
Produce the statement for the desired period and print the statement. The aging section will no longer appear on the statement.

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