Ive used QB for 17 years. I recently purchased POS system.accountant said to start a new company, how do i close old comp. And transfer cc bills to new comp. To reconcile

Used QB for 17 years . Was told to close out old company and open a new one to use with the new POS,system.   I am not sure how to add revolving credit card accounts and banking account to new company so i can reconcile them?  


For the balance that you want to pay in the ''New'' company, enter all the CC charges that make up that balance,  as they really happened, in your new company file.

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