Account Structure/Balances Diagnostics
Account Structure/Balances diagnostics are generated within the Working Papers Diagnostics system.
|Code||Error||What it means||How to solve|
|W50||Missing type (For example, B, I or S)||Account number XX is missing a Type designation in the Working Trial Balance.||Check the account properties in the Working Trial Balance.|
|E50||Missing sign (For example, D or C)||Account number XX is missing a Sign designation.||In the Working Trial Balance, enter either a D or C as the normal sign for the account.|
|E51||Incorrectly considered as posting||Account number XX has been considered as a prime posting account rather than a consolidated account. This normally occurs when using a divisional client file.||Ensure that this account has a C in the Division column in the Report setup.|
|E52||Missing class number||Account number XX is missing a ratio class in the Working Trial Balance. The ratio class is used for calculating financial ratios, conducting analytical review, and preparing the schedule of unadjusted errors.||Enter the relevant ratio class in the Working Trial Balance.|
|W53||Division should be blank; profile specifies none||This error occurs if the client file contains divisional account numbers (For example, one-100) and the client file is not considered a divisional file with additional companies.||
Do one of the following:
|C50||Control number does not exist||The control account number XX, referred to in the CTL column of the Report setup, does not exist.||Create the control account in the Report setup or remove references to it from the CTL column of the Report setup.|
|C51||Numbers in CS and DS columns do not exist||The Statement of Cash Flow account number SXX, referred to in either the DS or CS columns of the Report setup, does not exist.||
Do one of the following:
|C53||Prime account for this account number not found||This error occurs if the client file contains additional companies or divisions. It indicates that the combined account for a divisional account or sub-account does not exist. The consolidated financial statement could be incorrect.||Create the prime account in the Working Trial Balance. On the Account menu, choose Working Trial Balance and then click the Report tab. Create the combined account for the divisional or sub-account. Enter a C in the Div column to indicate that this is a combined non-posting account.|
|C54||Prime account should be combined account||This error occurs if the client file contains additional companies or divisions. It indicates that this account is incorrectly considered a posting account. A prime account of a divisional or sub-account automatically combines the balance of the divisional or sub-account. Therefore, prime accounts should always be non-posting accounts.||Change the prime account to a combined or non-posting account. On the Account menu, choose Working Trial Balance and then click the Report tab. Locate the account and enter a C in the Div column of the Report setup. Combined accounts do not appear in the Trial Balance.|
|E53||Invalid Print Code of Control (CT) account||Account XX has an invalid print code or control account.||
Locate the account in the Working Trial Balance and enter a valid print code or control account number.
On the Account menu, click Working Trial Balance and then Report. Locate the account and then click the Properties button on the Working Trial Balance toolbar. To modify the control account number, click Account. To modify the print code, click Format and select a new print code in the Print Features box.
|W54||Uses an unlisted tickmark for reference||Referencing applied to an account number is using a tickmark that is not listed in the tickmark library.||
Do one of the following:
|E57||Duplicate control account||The Report setup contains two account numbers using the same control account as the account number.||
Modify one of the control account numbers.
On the Account menu, click Working Trial Balance and then Report. Locate the control account number you want to modify in the Account Number column and create a new control account number. Any accounts referenced to that control account number in the CTL column will have to be updated accordingly.
|W58||Missing map number||Account number XX is not assigned to a map number.||Perform account mapping. On the Account menu, choose Assign Mapping Numbers.|
|W59||Has no tax code||Account number XX is missing a tax code in the Working Trial Balance. This error applies only to U.S. client files.||Enter the relevant tax code. On the Account menu, click Working Trial Balance and then click Tax.|
|E59||Has an invalid tax code||Account XX is assigned to an invalid tax code. When exporting data to the applicable tax package, this account will be represented incorrectly.||
Specify a valid tax code for the account.
On the Account menu, click Working Trial Balance and then Tax. Locate the account number and assign a new tax code.
|W60||Has balance but no reference||Account number XX in the Working Trial Balance has a balance and no referencing.||
Enter the applicable referencing for the account. >>How Do I?
|W61||Is referenced to a non-applicable document||Account number XX in the Working Trial Balance is referenced to a document that does not exist on the Document Manager.||
Enter a relevant document reference for the account. >>How Do I?
|W51||Missing leadsheet or grouping number||Account number XX is missing a Leadsheet number in the Working Trial Balance.||Enter the relevant leadsheet reference.|
|E55||Credits (c) do not match Debits (d) in print column||If you are generating draft financial statements, the net income account on the Balance Sheet could be incorrect.||
In the print column in the Report setup ensure that any Ds have corresponding Cs.
On the Account menu, click Working Trial Balance and then Report to access the print column.
|C80||Opening preliminary entries not in balance||The preliminary column of the Trial Balance, which includes opening balances plus any transactions, is not in balance.||
|C81||Active period balance sheet does not balance||The active period balance sheet is not in balance.|
|C82||Active YTD balance sheet does not balance||The active year-to-date balance sheet is not in balance.|
|C83||Budget period balance sheet does not balance||The budget period balance sheet is not in balance.|
|C84||Budget YTD balance sheet does not balance||The budget year-to-date balance sheet is not in balance.|
|C85||Prior period balance sheet does not balance||The prior period balance sheet is not in balance.|
|C86||Prior YTD balance sheet does not balance||The prior year-to-date balance sheet is not in balance.|
|C87||Active period net income incorrect on balance sheet||The active period net income is incorrect on the balance sheet. The Net Income account is a Working Papers account that automatically calculates the net income using a fixed account number (NETINC) that cannot be changed. This value is calculated by accumulating all type I (income statement) accounts.||
|E60||Split-up account not attached to a Financial account||The top-level account (e.g. 102) has been deleted or the account number changed but there exist split-up accounts (e.g. 102.01 and 102.02).||Call Support for assistance in correcting this error.|
|W62||Balance of account changed since last Split-up||An entry has been made to an account that was split-up without reflecting the change in the sub-accounts formed by the split.||Access the Split-up Account dialog and balance the split-up accounts so that their total equals the balance of the top-level account.|
|W63||Split-up accounts unbalanced||The difference between the top-level account's balance and the sum of the Split-up account balances is not zero.||Access the Split-up Account dialog and balance the split-up accounts so that their total equals the balance of the top-level account.|