What is meant by journal entry in the bank account section?

What is a "journal entry"?

Journal entries can be used to reconcile your accounts or add manual entries.

For instance, an expense like a checking account monthly fee could be added as a journal entry to ensure that your Zola Suite checking account balance matches the balance in your checking account. Bookkeepers often use journal entries to reconcile accounts across various books and software programs.

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