This article provides a visual example of how the Lump Sync works with QuickBooks Desktop. Journal entries in other accounting software will be recorded in a similar fashion.
- Lump Sync creates one Journal Entry for each CoreBridge Reconciliation. The end result is approximately 20-25 journal entries per month.
- The lump sum amounts from page 2 of each Reconciliation will post as lines on the journal entry to the corresponding account.
Viewing Journal Entries
In QuickBooks, the journal entries can be viewed under the customer named CoreBridge Import. The customer record is created automatically during your first sync. With an IIF export the customer record is created manually.
In Xero the journal report will need to be used.
The screenshots illustrate how a CoreBridge Reconciliation corresponds directly to a QuickBooks journal entry. Although the examples provided below specifically illustrate how the export appears in QuickBooks Desktop, the underlying concepts are the same in other accounting applications.
QuickBooks Journal Entry
QuickBooks Customer Center