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  • I am trying to run a Profit and Loss by class report that compare July 2019 with July 2018 and YTD

    From the answer: Hi there, Tkennedy1.... You'll want to get and customize each report period and then export it to Excel.... From, there you can collate and compare them.

  • Item list inventory on hand doesn't match Qty on hand

    From the answer: Hi there, .... Let's perform some basic troubleshooting steps to isolate the issue and get you back on track.

  • Add fixed asset expenses to profit and loss/transaction report

    From the answer: Hi WildCreek,   At the moment, we're unable to create the report you need.... I would encourage suggesting this to our product engineers.

  • 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.

  • customer overpayment

    From the answer: Hi ,   I've got your query covered on how you can convert an overpayment into a credit memo.... Follow these steps to record a credit memo : Go to the Customers menu, then select Create Credit Memos/Refunds .

  • Which QuickBooks is right for me?

    From the answer: You don’t have to buy separate copies for each employee, .... QuickBooks Desktop (Windows) offers 3 different versions.

  • Bank feeds to items rather than accounts

    From the answer: Hello TEBAUGH,   Welcome to the Community.... It would be my pleasure to assist you with concern about the Bank Feeds section in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • Doubled Income on P&L

    From the answer: Thanks for dropping by the Community today, J_BSW.... The Profit and Loss Report may show double income when there are duplicate deposits downloaded into QuickBooks.

  • Unable to Open Reports

    From the answer: It's nice to see you here, ,   Thanks for visiting the Community today.... I can share some information so you can open your saved reports in QuickBooks Desktop.

  • Business Property under construction/personal loan from a partner

    From the answer: 1. Ask the partner, if he does not want to get paid back, then yes it is equity investment.... If he wants to get paid back then use a current liability account for the loan (as the source account for the deposit) and pay it back over time.

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