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  • QuickBooks Desktop Premier 2019 USA

    From the answer: hi   , We have some clients (mostly a single user license) are running QuickBooks 2019 on RAM < 4 GB.

  • New File for 2019, managing old Estimates and Invoices from 2018

    From the answer: Hi there, Kimba,   If the last invoice was dated in January 2019, you can start with that record.... Then, inactivate the estimate in 2018 with a memo stating it was inactivated because you started a fresh company file with 2019 data.

  • receive customer payment from 2017

    From the answer: Hello there, @ kkggoodair ,   Let's record those payments in QuickBooks Desktop to zero out open balances on the customer's account.

  • Add job to credit card in reconciliation

    From the answer: Thanks.... There are so many of these little tweeks that would make QB better (for me).... I look forward to seeing them come through development.

  • downloaded bank transactions

    From the answer: Hello,  salaudio .... Allow me to take over and share additional troubleshooting steps to resolve this issue.

  • Need report that shows invoices and the checks that were applied to each invoice for a few months.

    From the answer: I appreciate the screenshot you've provided, .... You can run a transaction report from your  Customer center page in QuickBooks.

  • Deleted Item during merging

    From the answer: I can provide a few information about merging items in QuickBooks Desktop, rastysaeed When merging two items, you can reverse it.

  • Vendor Direct Deposit

    From the answer: I'll explain how direct deposit works, Bkkprgal.... When you pay your vendor through Direct Deposit, you can send the check 2 to 45 days before the payment date.

  • Enhanced Payroll Renewal & Direct Deposit for Vendors

    From the answer: Hi there, MwilmerFOF.... Yes, you still need to subscribe to payroll since it's a requirement for your vendor's direct deposit.

  • Vendor tax levy

    From the answer: Hi jfw1, I'd be glad to help you record your payment to your vendor and IRS/EDD.... You'll want to create a Wash Account / Clearing account (bank type) where you take payments for your vendor's invoices (bills).

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