QB Issue Resolution:

I’d be glad to lend a hand in accounting your Square fees via QuickBooks Desktop.


Receive payments for the amount of the sales receipt/invoice, a group with undeposited funds. When funding and fee status are known to make deposits, select your Square payment on the next line of the deposit enter the Square fees as a negative amount and assign to your processing fee expense account.


Here’s how:


  1. Click Banking at the top menu, select Make Deposits.
  2. In the Payments to Deposits window, select the payment/s that was deposited separately, then OK.
  3. In the Make Deposits window, on a blank line, select the overstated income account from the From Account column drop-down.
  4. Enter the negative amount in the Amount column. Make sure the Deposit subtotal is zero.
  5. Select Save and close.

You can check out this recommended article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Help-Articles/Understand-how-the-Undeposited-Funds-account-w….


This will get everything nice and organized in your QuickBooks Desktop account.

Resolution for Issue 'Recording Square Payments' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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