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  • The operation couldn't be completed. (NSSqliteErrorDomain Error266)

    From the answer: Hi there,  max kay .... You can run the Verify and Rebuild tool to resolve common data issues in QuickBooks Desktop for Mac.

  • Downloading credit card charges

    From the answer: I am able to download Chase cards to QuickBooks.... Make sure you are downloading to QuickBooks (results in a .qbo

  • 2016-2019 Migration for large file set

    From the answer: Thanks for checking in with us,  AlexGold .... I'm here to help you with migrating your 2016 file to 2019.

  • Can I add a field that is on a customers Invoice to the Statement for that customer?

    From the answer: Hello there,  langka6 ,  Once a custom field is added in your transactions form (invoice), you need to enter the information in the custom field so it will appear on the printed/sent invoices.

  • Payroll taxes on Profit and Loss Report doesn’t match Tax and Wage Summary in Intuit Online Payroll

    From the answer: Hi there, .... Welcome and thank you for posting here in the Community.... It's my pleasure to help share information about running reports in QuickBooks.

  • Quickbooks Refinance with new loan

    From the answer: I guess your bank handled the $50K loan payment for you and it never passed thru your bank account.... If so then you can just make a Journal entry between the old and new loan accounts.

  • How to upgrade Company File from Older Version?

    From the answer: Hello there, .... Thank you for posting here in the Community.... I'd be glad to help upgrade your company file successfully.

  • How Do I pay myself as owner of a Subchapter S

    From the answer: Payroll is very complicated and if you don't know what you are doing, will cost you $$ in penalties for late payments and late filings.

  • Invoices are not scrolling in numeric order

    From the answer: Hi there,  Mijsang .... Thanks for reaching out to the Community.... I'm here to help make sure this gets straightened out right away.

  • Overpaid rent to a new owner

    From the answer: You don't do anything differently for New Owner, than for Old Owner.... You use the new Payee Name.... Your initial Title states you already Overpaid the new owner; if so, you underpay next time, to have the Total of the two times be what it was supposed to

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