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    Posting supplier invoices out of period

    Hello All,

    I am currently waiting for our accountants to complete the year-end and to send me any journal adjustments etc that may be needed for Pastel.

    Is it possible for me to continue loading suppliers invoices and bank statements for March even though I have not run my year-end procedure? Can they be loaded out of period?

    Many thanks!

    Jacky

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    Hi Jacky - if you have set up your Pastel to run 13 periods (Under Setup ... Periods), then you can used March to enter your data. Remember to tick the box to use the 13th period as the 1st period of the new tax year when you roll over.
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