how do i find a lost transaction? I see it in my bank account statement but I don't see it in quickbooks. This is throwing off my 1099 totals.

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Thanks for posting in the Intuit Community, urfavstylist,

Let's get this sorted out so you'd able to correct 1099.

To start with, we can find the transaction in the register by filtering the transactions listed and sort them by the values in any column. Here’s an article for detailed guidelines: How to find a transaction in the register.

Once done, check the account mapping for vendor payments in the 1099 Wizard.

Here’s what you’ll need to do:

  1. Click Workers from the left navigation menu.
  2. Go to Contractors tab and click on Prepare 1099s button.
  3. If this is your first time using the 1099 Wizard, click the "Let's get started" button. Otherwise, click on the "Continue your 1099s" button. 
  4. You'll see the Review your company info page first. Confirm your details and click Next
  5. The next page is where you can check the account mapping.

From there, you can check which accounts are used by the vendor’s transactions and make sure these are mapped properly to 1099.

I’m attaching a great resource that you can check on for more detailed information: Common Causes for Incorrect Amounts on 1099s.

As always, you can contact our QuickBooks Support team if you need assistance with the steps. They'll be able to pull up your account in a secure environment and help you navigate using one of their tools.

Here’s how to reach them:

  1. Click this link https://help.quickbooks.intuit.com/en_US/contact.
  2. Choose the QuickBooks Product.
  3. On the Contact Us page, select a topic.
  4. Click on Get Phone Number button to see the support number.

Please don’t hesitate to reach back out if you need anything else concerning 1099, I’m always here to help.

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