Map your current and previous reserve amount to the same Amazon Undeposited Funds bank account.
If you use our setup wizard, we’ll map your current and previous reserve transactions to the Amazon Undeposited Funds account. This way, your Seller Central balance will match your Undeposited Funds account balance
If you’re configuring SellerZen manually, current and previous reserve amounts should be mapped to the same bank account you’re using for the Amazon Undeposited Funds.
If you want to separate the reserve transactions into a separate account, then you’ll need to create a bank account in your chart of accounts. Select “Bank” for the “Account Type” and then “Cash on hand.”
You can name this account “Amazon US Reserve” for reference.
If you map both current and previous reserve funds to this bank account, then this account will always reflect the current reserve amount you have on Amazon.
We also recommend that you make this a sub-account of your Amazon Undeposited Funds account. That way, one glance at the Undeposited Funds account will give you a clear picture of what to expect for the next settlement payout.