I received a payment by bank transfer where is the money and how do I deposit it?


How you record a bank deposit in QuickBooks Online depends on how your transactions were entered, jg.inspections.

If you deposit customer sales transactions to Undeposited funds, the Bank Deposit screen displays the Select the payments included in this deposit section, containing a list of customer payments you can include in the deposit.

This lets you group payments together for a batch deposit. This section appears only if you select Undeposited Funds as the Deposit to account for customer sales transactions.

Here's an article that will guide you through the process on how to record bank deposits: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Banking/How-to-record-bank-deposits/td-p/263256

Don't hesitate to post again if you have any follow up questions. 

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