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  • NON-stop errors

    From the answer: Thank you for getting back to us here in the Community, .... I'll be happy to help you fix the error you're getting while working with QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT).

  • I cannot open file QuickBooks in server. The pop-up warning " QuickBooks was unable to open the image file. You may not have sufficient rights ti the data directory".

    From the answer: I appreciate the steps that you've done to resolve your server issue,  Sukitw .... I'm here to help you resolve it.

  • Direct deposit

    From the answer: Greetings, Faefave.... Thanks for joining the QuickBooks Community.... I’m happy to clarify about using the Payroll and the Direct Deposit features.

  • Bank balance

    From the answer: You can see what drives the bank balance by opening the register.... Each transaction that impacts the balance is listed there, along with the running balance.

  • Payroll Subscription

    From the answer: Hi there,  snowplow .... The reactivate my subscription message shows when you run payroll then you click on Finish later button but then afterward you made any changes.

  • I am unable to reconcile a bank account becasue the ending balance is a negative number. How do I enter this?

    From the answer: Hi, firstlorien.... I tried to replicate the process and I was able to enter a negative ending balance in QuickBooks.

  • Transferring company

    From the answer: Let's find the .dmg... file first so we can load it in your QuickBooks 2019, Brin4god.... QuickBooks for Mac automatically creates a disk image file ( .dmg ) when you back up the company file.

  • Admin password

    From the answer: One of our QuickBooks Desktop user shared a solution to this, gartlandpeter .... This error is caused by your firewall blocking the internet access that is needed for specific QuickBooks programs.

  • Surface Pro 4

    From the answer: Thanks for providing a screenshot,  EAE05061.... Unusual behavior like this can be caused by damaged QuickBooks components.

  • Total Deposits is less than Total Income

    From the answer: first check the basis of the reports you are looking at, both must be set the same, either accrual basis or cash basis   if the basis is the same, print out a detail report of the same income account for each report and compare.

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