How do i view old vat reports on qbo? These would have been imported from my desktop version.


Hello there, selekapg,

Reports are one of the information that can't be imported from QuickBooks Desktop. If you're able to save a report before importing your data, you can visit your QuickBooks Desktop account and from there, view the VAT report you want.

In QBO, you can pull up any of the following VAT reports:

  • VAT 201 Calculation Report
  • VAT Detail Report
  • VAT Exception Report
  • VAT Liability Report

Please visit the Reports menu and search the report's name. Then, you can customise, print, or export it to Excel by visiting this article to guide you how: How to Customise Reports.

Please feel free to let me know if you have other concerns. I'm just around to help.

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