On Tue, 13 Feb 2018, John Ralls wrote:

The trial balance report checks that the accounting equation (Assets +
Income - Expenses = Liabilities + Equity) holds.


Running it on a single account makes no sense; it should be run on the
whole book.

John,

  It's run on the whole book; in the case of the discrepancy the only other
account is the Cash asset account and that, too, is reconciled with
expenses.

Reconciliation ensures that your local view of a single asset or liability
account matches that of the other party on the account. Since it's a
single-account check it's quite possible for you to have all of those
accounts reconciled and still have your books out of balance.

  Well, haven't found an inconsistency yet but will keep looking.

Thanks,

Rich
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