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  • Quickbooks Desktop Mac 2016 suddenly saves as dmg instead of qb extension

    From the answer: Welcome to the Community, cowboysst.... The default extension for QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT) for Mac back up is DMG.

  • adding multiple registers to the toolbar

    From the answer: I was wrong - QuickBooks Mac did allow this.... See Skinny Raven's response below.

  • discrepancies between bank statement opening balance an the one in the reconcilement window

    From the answer: The beginning balance is what you ended with on the last reconcile, the idea behind reconciling the account is to confirm the bank records match your records.

  • Printing a bill from Quickbooks desktop

    From the answer: Hello there, Nwatherapy.... At the moment, you can only print the bill stubs in QuickBooks Desktop for Mac.

  • Entering Reimbursable Expenses

    From the answer: Welcome aboard to the QuickBooks Community, rdwhite659.... You’re doing the right way on how to record billable expenses.

  • set default deposit to group with undeposited funds

    From the answer: Glad to have you back, .... You've got me here to help share some insights about setting the group with other undeposited funds as default account on your sales receipts.

  • Qb for mac 2019. Crashing on transition page

    From the answer: Hello there, .... Let's uninstall and reinstall your QuickBooks for Mac.... There are some functions in QuickBooks that are damaged and need to be fixed through uninstalling and reinstalling.

  • Inventory part and non-inventory part in one product?

    From the answer: I'm pretty sure that you have already tallied the CoG for each size ice bag since its just adding 3 items - you dont need any fancy QB assembly for that.

  • Importing bank .qbo files get message "Contact your Finacial Institution

    From the answer: Let's work together in fixing the error message you're getting, .... Most common banking issue is resolved by downloading a new fidir.txt

  • Payments from LOC

    From the answer: An LoC is a line of credit, I prefer to set it up as a credit card in QB since it works the same.... Then use enter credit card charges, select the LoC as the payment source, and enter your payment for the expense   When you get a statement from the LoC,

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