How to fix Sage error ‘Amount paid in foreign currency disagrees with total paid in allocations’

How to fix Sage error ‘Amount paid in foreign currency disagrees with total paid in allocations’ ?

Olivia Asked on December 3, 2017 in Sage.
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    Hello Today, all businesses, big or small, have gone global. This has led to the need for businesses to trade in different currencies. Sage 50 accounting software makes foreign trade easier by allowing you to set up different customers and suppliers, and process transactions in multiple currencies, without the need of manual intervention.

    However, sometimes while using this Sage 50 feature, you may encounter an error message that states – ‘Amount paid in foreign currency in split (number) disagrees with total paid in allocations’. This could lead to system/software freeze and reduced or non-performance of your Sage 50 accounting software.

    If you are facing this error message and are unable to resolve it, here’s all that you need to know.

    How to troubleshoot Error ?

    This is a tricky error and cannot be fixed manually. However, you can restore a backup that was taken prior to occurrence of this error message. This can help you quickly fix the issue. Follow the steps mentioned below to restore your software to a previous backup:

      1. Open the File menu and select Backup.


      1. Follow the on-screen instructions to backup your data normally.


      1. Open the File menu and select Restore.


      1. Click Browse and select the backup file you want to restore.


      1. Click OK to proceed with the restoration process.


      1. Click OK when prompted to overwrite your current data.


    However, if you do not have a backup to restore, you need expert help. Call Sage Accounting Solution, Sage Technical Support Number at +1-888-489-0694 to get in touch with our expert technicians who can repair your data files and ensure that the final data is error-free. Our technicians will make every effort to retain as much of your data as possible so that there’s less information for you to enter again.

    Support Team Answered on December 3, 2017.
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