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  • I use QB SE online. I want to be able to use the card reader with the GoPayment app. The reader should be free. It is not. What do I need to do?

    From the answer: Hi info, At this time, integrating the GoPayment app with QuickBooks Self-Employed (QBSE) isn't possible.

  • Can I get copies of schedule C from my old account I closed?

    From the answer: Hello there,  cb92979 , You can still get a copy of your Schedule C report as long as you have access.

  • Paid bill from incorrect bank account!

    From the answer: Yes, you can, Saphire605.... Create a check to Company B and make a deposit to Company A.   You can refer to these articles: Create, modify, and print checks Make Deposit If you need anything else, you can go back to this thread.

  • General Ledger

    From the answer: Hello there, the_tile_setters.... In QuickBooks, the General Ledger report displays a list of transactions from all accounts for a specific date range.

  • Erroneously Deleted Deposit Detail

    From the answer: Yes. there's a way for you to re-create the deposit details so you can delete and re-create your sales receipt, LZAlice .

  • Credit Card

    From the answer: Hello, Malakan bookkeeping.... There are several ways to record credit card adjustments in QuickBooks Online.

  • Printing Picklist using a different template QB Enterprise 2018

    From the answer: Welcome back to the Intuit Community, damitchell1985.... The template used for printing the Picklist is automatically generated by QuickBooks.

  • Refundable deposit for Tool

    From the answer: You can record a vendor refund, The_tile_setters.... This will help you handle the refundable item properly.

  • Why payroll processing for AZ employee charged CA Sales Tax?

    From the answer: Thanks for providing a screenshot for me to get a better picture of your billing concern,  jane .... Based on your screenshot above, it seems you’re using QuickBooks Online Full Service Payroll (QBFSP).

  • Adjusted service date for returning employee

    From the answer: You're right, .... Adjusted Service Date means the service date adjusted by the amount of any creditable service other than membership service, or for any periods of interrupted service, and from which all creditable service shall be calculated.

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