Transaction Date is showing in the wrong periood. It seems like you are using UTC for cut off and not respecting the timezones for period cutoffs.

I am in standard time.  The transactions are showing as having been captured at 7:22 PM   never updated ( see created and updated dates being the same in the attachment)    I believe that this is due to  you guys using UTC time which is exactly 5 hours ahead.  So in this case 7:22 + 5 hours would be 12:22 AM on 5/1  which is clearly incorrect.    This is causing significant cutoff issues for us.  are there any workarounds until this bug is corrected?

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The time that a transaction is entered is irrelevant. It's the transaction date, that you enter, and that you can change, that counts
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Malcolm Ziman , QuickBooks User
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