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You can only import data that is there. I doubt very seriously that the ach the bank gets for the deposit you see in the bank has those details, gross paid, fee, taxes etc.
But if you have the customer paying gross, and your bank is set up to automatically pay out a portion of the gross amount per expense, then you could do what you want. I have never known a bank that can do that though.
I would think that the company making the sale/rental would send you a statement showing gross, fees, etc and net deposited – that would be the transaction you import, and then download banking and match the net deposit to the transaction.
Perhaps if you explain what you get from where in terms of the data we could help more.
Resolution for Issue 'How can I import a net deposit bank feed for AIRBNB rentals so that the gross rental by property, and fee, taxes, etc is imported from a bank feed.' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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