I can not find 2018 bank account charges for 01/10/18 - 11/06/18 to add expenses.


Hello there, bvinson2264,

I'm here to guide you in finding your bank charges and adding them to your expenses.

If you can't find those that you've already downloaded, let's find them by following the steps below:

  1. Go to the Banking tab.
  2. Select the blue tile at the top for the bank account you want to review.
  3. Successfully downloaded transactions are in the For Review tab. These are waiting to be categorized into an account.
  4. Locate the transactions from 01/10/18 to 11/06/18.
  5. Click the transaction to check and categorize it. Once done, Select the Add button. (Please see screenshot below)
  6. Once done, they'll be moved to the In QuickBooks tab. The Added or Matched column tells you which account the transaction moved to.

If you notice a transaction in the In QuickBooks tab that is in the wrong account, or if it isn't showing up on reports like you expected, there are two usual suspects: Uncategorized Income and Uncategorized Expenses.

For the detailed information, you can check out this article for your reference: What to do if you Can’t Find Downloaded Bank Transactions.

That'll keep you going, bvinson2264. By performing the steps above, you'll be able to find your bank account charges.

Please let me know if you have further concerns about locating bank transactions in QuickBooks. I'm just around if you need help.

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