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  • Fix unapplied vendor payments and credits - change review period

    From the answer: Thanks for getting back to me, danielk1.... The tool is commonly used to fix the vendor balances before closing the book.

  • Desktop version with an app

    From the answer: hi Caroleann , Welcome to the club!... Most of our client prefer hosting their QBW files locally.... You have two options:   1.

  • Pay stub stuck in "items to send" for payroll cloud services

    From the answer: The pay stub itself may be damaged, MWSP.... To remove the pay stub from the item to send section, you'll have to delete and then recreate it.

  • QB Enterprise - Can I merge 2 different company files into 1 company file?

    From the answer: Let me help guide you in the right direction, .... Currently, there isn't a way to merge different company files into one.

  • Vendor Direct Deposit

    From the answer: I'll explain how direct deposit works, Bkkprgal.... When you pay your vendor through Direct Deposit, you can send the check 2 to 45 days before the payment date.

  • Enhanced Payroll Renewal & Direct Deposit for Vendors

    From the answer: Hi there, MwilmerFOF.... Yes, you still need to subscribe to payroll since it's a requirement for your vendor's direct deposit.

  • Show BILL TO and SOLD TO in the transaction detail report

    From the answer: Hi Acct3702,   There's currently no option to show the Bill To and Sold To information in the Transaction List by Account Detail report.

  • Vendor tax levy

    From the answer: Hi jfw1, I'd be glad to help you record your payment to your vendor and IRS/EDD.... You'll want to create a Wash Account / Clearing account (bank type) where you take payments for your vendor's invoices (bills).

  • What does "revert" do?

    From the answer: Hello there, .... I'm here to share some insights about voiding a bill.... When you void a bill, it zeroes the amount of the transaction in QuickBooks but keeps a record of the transaction.

  • Committed Cost report disappeared

    From the answer: I am still able to locate the Committed Cost report, CC39.... It's possible that you changed your QuickBooks Desktop product.

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