I've mistakenly entered a full years worth of bank transactions (checks and deposits) into the wrong bank account. Can I move them in mass to the proper bank account?

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Hi davidjhaddow,

At this time, you can only move your bank transactions one at a time. You can go to your bank register and do it from there. Let me guide you with the steps.

  1. Click Accounting on the left menu.
  2. Select the correct account and click View register.
  3. Look for the transaction.
  4. Click Edit.
  5. Change the account to the correct one. 
  6. Click Save and close.
You can do the same thing with the other bank transactions. 

You can also use a Journal Entry or the Transfer feature in QuickBooks Online. However, I recommend reaching out to your accountant's advice on the accounts that you'll use.

I have this article for future reference: How to Reconcile Accounts.

Let us know if you need anything else. I'll make sure to get back. 
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