I want to undo a bank reconciliation for a full year and not just one transaction. How is this done?


Thanks for posting here in the Community, annettfurniss

Right now, there isn’t an option to undo an entire year of bank reconciliation. The recommended method is to manually edit each transaction.

However, if you’re connected to an accountant in QuickBooks Online, I’d suggest consulting him/her to undo the entire reconciliation for you. If not, you’ll first have to invite your accountant to your company:

  1. Go to the Gear icon at the upper right.
  2. Select Manage Users.
  3. Go to the Accounting firms tab.
  4. Click the Invite button.
  5. Enter your accountant's information.
  6. Click Save.

I've attached a screenshot below to show you the third and fourth steps. 

Once he/she accepts the invitation, you can share this article in undoing your bank reconciliation for a full year: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1769993.

Please know that I’ll take note of your valuable request. This way, our product engineers can consider this feature for future updates. To help you stay current on all the product news and latest innovations, you can read through this article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/blog/.

You’re always welcome to drop me a comment below if you need anything else. I’ll gladly help.

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