Latest Journal Entries

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What is the Difference Between ACH Returns and Reversals?

It can be difficult to understand the difference between ACH returns and reversals. This post digs into similarities and differences between each.

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Guides
How Insurance Companies Use Modern Treasury

Managing payment flows within an insurance company can be difficult. In this article, we share how insurance companies can use Modern Treasury to help with three common payment operations challenges.

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Payments Primers
What's the Difference Between a Financial Ledger Database and a General Ledger?

It can be hard to understand the difference between general ledger software and a financial ledger database. This post explains each system and when your company might need one or the other.

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Changelog
December Changelog

This month we shipped new updates including support for creating internal bank accounts in the sandbox, the ability to view incoming payment details and link reversals to ledger transactions.

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Changelog
Add HSBC Support

We have now added support for HSBC customers in the United Kingdom.

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Behind The Scenes
Our Top Reads of 2021

Modern Treasury’s favorite posts and podcasts of 2021.

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Guides
Enforcing Immutability in your Double-Entry Ledger

Immutability is one of three core principles to adhere to good engineering and accounting principles.

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Payments Primers
Three Questions to Consider When Setting Up Ledgers

For those considering using Ledgers to build a reliable transaction database, this journal discusses the 3 most common questions existing customers have asked.

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Changelog
November Changelog

This month we shipped new updates including improved bulk imports, support to filter by return type, and naming approval rules.

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Behind The Scenes
Opening the San Francisco Office

This September, we opened our San Francisco office, a milestone moment on the journey to building a company.