No transactions showing for account in this time period when trying to reconcile. i have no filters on


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Hello there, Rebecca.

In situations like this, it's generally recommended that you confirm that the transactions are recorded in the account. Here's how you can do it:

  1. Click Accounting in the left navigation panel.
  2. Find the account you're trying to reconcile, then select Account history.
  3. Check the transactions and also, make sure that they aren't marked as R "reconciled." If they are, you'll need to manually mark them as unreconciled.
Once you're done, try processing the reconciliation again. I'm including this article for your reference on how to reconcile accounts in QuickBooks: How to reconcile accounts

Feel free to get back to me if there's anything else I can help you with.

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