can you help me how to balance my statement ending balance and sales entry?

i encoded also  the  expenses  but  did  not  deduct  to  my  sales  entry.

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Thanks for visiting in the Intuit Community, hrdreamlightstud ,

If you’re trying to do reconciliation in which your bank register balance in QuickBooks Online doesn’t match your actual bank balance. I can share with you some factors that may cause the balances to vary. These are due to the following:

  • Outstanding transactions
  • New transactions for a connected account
  • Duplicate transactions
  • Edited or deleted transactions
  • Credit card (liability) account

To give you more detailed information about this and on how to fix the balances, you can read this great resource: How to fix differences between QuickBooks balance and bank balance.

However, if you mean something else. Please let me know and provide additional information. This is for me to provide best resolution for you. Have a great day!


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