Can I have subcustomers in Quickbooks POS that can then be exchanged with the Customer:Job in QuickBooks Premier?

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Thank you for posting, criley.

Let me provide the steps to exchange information from your QuickBooks Point of Sale to your QuickBooks Desktop.

Currently, there's no feature in QuickBooks Point of Sale that handles Customer: Job. You may also consider the Financial Exchange process to sync the information between POS and QBDT. To do this, you'll have to allow the application to modify your company file. Then, set up the connection from your QuickBooks Desktop to Point of sale.

See this Financial Exchange Overview article for detailed guidance. 

That' it. If you have any other questions or would like me to clarify anything else in setting up your account, let me know. I'm always glad to help in any way I can.​ Have a great rest of the day.

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