Reconciliation



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Reconciliation is an accounting process in which two sets of records are compared to make sure that the figures are in agreement. These sets of records are usually account balances. In simpler terms, reconciliation is a process that confirms whether the money leaving an account is the same amount that is spent.

 

 

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