When I try to get a profit and loss report and input a date it just gives....Dec 31, 1969 - Dec 31, 1969 for the date no matter what date I put in, how do I fix this?

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Hi there, graham.bromby.

We currently have a reported case about Profit and Loss showing only a month to date report. Our product engineers are investigating the root cause of this issue and still working for the permanent fix.

I'd suggest contacting our Customer Support Team to add you to our notification list. They'll send you an email update or resolution for this issue.

Here's how to reach them:

  1. Open this link: https://help.quickbooks.intuit.com/en_CA/contact.
  2. Select QuickBooks Online.
  3. Click Year-end, and choose Reports.
  4. Click Customize profit and loss report
  5. Click on Get Phone Number to call us. 

We appreciate your patience in this matter and will keep an eye on the issue. I'll get back to you if there's an update.

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