management reports function is not working


Let me help you sort this out, emackey216.

May I asked what specific error you received while trying to generate Management reports?

In the meantime, let’s apply the following troubleshooting steps to make sure this is not related to your stored browser’s history.

  • Log in to your QuickBooks Online account via a private or incognito browser and generate the Management reports.
  • If you’re able to generate the reports and navigate the management area successfully, let’s clear your browser's cache and cookies to fix most webpage issues.
  • To check any issues with your browser's health and its compatibility with QuickBooks Self-Employed you can use the Browser Health Checkup Tool.

If you are referring to something else, please feel free to comment below. I’d be here to help you with your reports.

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