I have transactions that I have downloaded from my bank account that I can't get to match with payroll transactions in QBO. There are no transactions to match it to.

QBO is not recognizing my payroll transactions and matching them to the payroll transactions I have initiated on QBO


The short answer to handling un  matching FOR REVIEW bank feeds is to EXCLUDE them, especially if you have entered correct information to begin with. Bank feeds can be useful tools but can also be a distraction.

As far as what The feed brings in regarding payroll is limited to NET paychecks and GROSS liability payments to authorities. Unless banks are cashing paychecks for wrong amounts the net paychecks you print have to equal what clears the bank. Are you using Direct Deposit? Don't forget the fee for each digital payment, something around 1.75 per each. And liability payments, you had to create those as well. 

Otherwise all that can be different is dates. The correct date is date paychecks are created. If a check is not cashed within a couple days or for other reasons does not come back to your bank timely then no match will be offered. In this situation you search for a match

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