What makes up the "Paid In" and "Paid Out" numbers under the Dollars heading on the Z-Out Drawer Count?

On the Z-Out Drawer Count, the Dollars section begins with Paid In and Paid Out. I can't reconcile these numbers with anything else on the z tape. What are they made up of? I've tried adding up any number of things, and I can't reach these numbers.



Hi smcmanus,

I'd be happy to direct you to our support team that can explain how these numbers are calculated.

Our Point of Sale Support Team is well-versed with this report. If you reach out to them, they'd be happy to explain the details on this report and guide you how to reconcile these numbers.

Here's how you can reach them:

  1. Go to this link https://help.quickbooks.intuit.com/en_US/contact.
  2. Select QuickBooks Desktop.
  3. Select Point of Sale.
  4. Click Working in QuickBooks.
  5. In the Here's how to connect with a QuickBooks expert section, click Get Phone number.

Go ahead and give them a call, and this will be taken care of. Of course, you can always keep in touch with me if there's anything else I can do for you.

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