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  • manual Year-End liabilities - matching to checks that clear?

    From the answer: Hi  awholenoobworld ,   Posting transactions into liability and expense accounts won't let you see reports in accrual basis.

  • Removing credit from a customer to apply to another

    From the answer: Hello cristina3110,   Welcome to the Community.... I'd be glad to provide a helping hand with your concern about customer credits in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • Error Code 350

    From the answer: To Verify and Rebuild Data: Choose Window > Close All.... Verify Data.... Choose File > Utilities > Verify Data.

  • I was double billed for my 2019 upgrade that I performed on May 27th. See orders [removed]221 and [removed]121 for Product Number 589041

    From the answer: Hi, .... I want to make sure that you're able to get the assistance that you need about the doubled billed for your QuickBooks subscription.

  • Voided paycheck

    From the answer: You can manually.... Edit the check and reenter all of the detailed amounts on it as they were before you voided it.

  • reactivating/renewing my payroll subscription

    From the answer: I'd like to make sure that your card gets updated in no time, Arthur.... Logging in to your Intuit account to update the billing information is the right step to do.

  • owner draw

    From the answer: Typically you just enter a check payable to yourself and use owner draws as the expense for the check.

  • Bookkeeping

    From the answer: Hi there, .... I appreciate the detailed information you've provided.... Yes, you can create another account and use this to clear up the undeposited funds.

  • Invalid product key when trying to log in

    From the answer: Great to have you here in the Community, .... Let's perform some troubleshooting steps to help fix the error when logging into the program.

  • Tracking interest on a loan that's adjustable

    From the answer: The best you can do is look at the last statement from the broker and your last payment and adjust the principle balance to agree to the broker statement and the adjustment would be interest expense.

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