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What is the difference between the entered date and the effective date?

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Summary

Learn the difference between the entered date and the effective date.


Overview

  • The entered date is the date the transaction was created.
  • The effective date is the date the transaction was posted to the general ledger.
Note: These dates do not have to match, but entered and effective dates in different fiscal periods may cause subledger reconciliation issues. 

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