My QuickBooks expense for Feb. isn't showing up in my transactions. Thanks for any help you can provide.

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Glad to have you here in the Community, aedelm

Let’s get the missing expenses to show up in your Transactions tab.

Here are the possible reasons why your expenses for February aren’t downloading:

  • Bank updates that need your attention.
  • You've changed your bank's login credentials.

To help fix this, let's first click Refresh all on your bank connection in the account. Here's how:

  1. Go to the Gear icon at the upper right.
  2. Under Transactions, select Bank accounts.
  3. Under Bank accounts page, click Refresh all three times or more to build a stable connection.

Please see the screenshots below to guide you through the steps.

Second, you can also check your bank's end if the expenses are updated.

For more helpful banking topics in QuickBooks Self-Employed, you can freely browse them through this article: Banking and Transactions.

Keep me posted on how things go after performing the above steps, aedelm. Feel free to leave a comment below if you have other online banking concerns. I’ll gladly help. Have a wonderful day ahead!

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