Can I link two separate bank accounts (One from Std Bank and one from FNB)

I have two current accounts for my business

One for my clinical work (Standard Bank), and one for my commercial work (FNB)

I need to link BOTH to my quickbooks online accounting suite

Simple question - CAN THIS BE DONE


Hi there stevejgaydon,

Yes, you can link two bank accounts to your QuickBooks Online for Accountants. Let me show you how:

  1. Select the Banking tab.
  2. On the Banking page, select Add Account.
  3. Look for your financial institution and select it from the list.
  4. Enter your User Id and Password and select Continue.
  5. Complete the security verification steps your financial institution requires and select Securely connect.
  6. Choose the bank emblem for the account you want to connect.
  7. Click the Account type drop-down and choose Bank Account.
  8. Select Connect.
    QuickBooks Online downloads the past 90 days of transactions. In case you need fewer than 90 days of transactions, select Need a shorter date range? Please check this article for more details: How to upload more than 90 days of bank transactions.
  9. Once completed, you are returned to the Banking page to review and add your transactions to QuickBooks Online.

I’ve attached an article in case you’ll need a reference: How to add and connect bank and credit card accounts.

Keep in touch with me here if additional questions or concerns. I'm here to help. Have a good day!

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