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  • 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 .

  • Sales order invoiced with incorrect date

    From the answer: Thanks for getting back to us, .... It's possible that the default date for new transactions was set to use the last entered.

  • Flipping Real Estate – Handling expenses and equity accounts

    From the answer: I don't use Class at all.... That is a redundant additional cross-reference to Jobs.... You want to read my handout.

  • Warning

    From the answer: There are ways to resolve this error, aafshar.... It has something to do with the incomplete QuickBooks updates.

  • customize statement of cash flow

    From the answer: Thank you very much for your response.... I do have the deposits set up as current liabilities.... I agree that  we will not be changing our basis in the portion of the asset that is kept and I see your point that perhaps this should be in Financing Activiti

  • Inventory

    From the answer: Yes You need to do a retroactive inventory adjustment to create enough stock at the beginning of the invoice list so that the subsequent invoices can sell those items without going negative.

  • Edit fields for letter templates

    From the answer: Thanks for the quick response,  najungahn .... Allow me to take over and help you further with adding characters to custom letters via QuickBooks Desktop.

  • credit card late fee

    From the answer: Enter it in your credit card register like the charges you make.

  • Fraudulent checks written/cashed. Voiding after period closed

    From the answer: Thank you.... So I would replace the payroll checks with standard checks and then void those to account for them?

  • Cashiers check returned from client how to record

    From the answer: Hi there, @ cvan ,   Thanks for answering the question being asked by me colleague in this thread.... You need to select the accounts receivable for the posting account on both the check and the deposit.

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