If there is a difference between the reconciled balance and the balance according to TurboCASH, there is an error, in the “Payments” or the “Receipts” journals. Search for the error and correct it.

A few examples that can possibly cause a difference:

Your closing bank balance is incorrectly entered on the "Reconcile bank account" screen (Reconciliation on the Action ribbon).

Incorrect date entered ("Include items until" field) on "Bank account recon options" screen (Reconciliation on the (Action ribbon).

Errors in posting - they should have been detected when your bank reconciliation was done.

Transactions on the Bank statement may be omitted; or duplicated, etc.

If everything else fails you may sometimes have to look at your Cash-book and link up the source documents to check if you have entered all your transactions correctly. You could also have posted an amount incorrectly e.g. as 64.00 and entered it as 46.00.  

You may need to print the posted batch transactions for the period on the following options to trace the errors: 

Batch transactions per period report for the Payments and Receipt batch and the (Reports → Batch entry) (select the period of your Bank reconciliation). 

Batch entry for the Payments batch and / or Receipts batch (Batch entry - Posted batches tab (Action ribbon)). Select the correct batch and double-click on it. Click on the Print button.  

Reports → Ledger → Transactions - Print a transactions report for the bank account for the selected period. 

T-Account viewer (Reports ribbon) - Print the transactions report for the bank account for the selected period. 

You may access the T-Account viewer from the Ledger analyser double click or select the "Show details" option on the context menu of the Bank account in the Trial balance, Balance sheet, Standard column balances report type and print the transactions in the T-Account viewer for the selected for the selected period.  

You may access Column balances or Column balances D/C report type in the Ledger analyser. This will display the Account transaction totals for each accounting period (e.g. month) in a spreadsheet view in the T-Account viewer. You may the print the transactions or export the bank transactions to an "Export.txt" text file. 

These Export.txt files may be opened in a spreadsheet application (e.g. Microsoft Excel, or spreadsheet components in alternative applications; such as; LibreOffice, OpenOffice or UltraOffice).