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Reports, Accounts, Client Bank

This report is designed for General Insurance Brokers to show all the sums passing through the Client Bank Account in a given period. To run it, starting from Durell’s Main Menu…

  • Click the “Accounts” button
  • Click the “Reports” button
  • Click the “Client Bank” button
  • Ensure the correct bank account has been selected by the system
  • Enter the date range for the report (n.b. two blank values will list everything
  • Clear or tick the other options
  • Click the “OK” button
  • Consider the following bank account…

    …line one is the opening balance of £3,000.00

    …line two is for a single payment…

    …line three is for a single payment…

    …line four, to CGU for £1,682.43 was actually to pay…

    …while line five was for TWO receipts, including one from CGU for…

    …and also a cheque from Pudd P for…

    Although the bank account (shown above) matches the real life bank statement, it does not clearly show what has gone into, or out of, the client bank. In contrast you can see below how the Client Bank report not only includes all of the individual transactions listed above, but also puts them into groups so you can see how much commission you’ve received, premiums you’ve paid, etc.