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accounting: Payroll/Accounting For Occasional Employees

I appreciate you for sharing detailed information about your concern. It seems that this person who will work for you for 2 days isn’t formally employed in your company. Thus, he/she is considered as an occasional or 1099 employee. Hence, you’ll need to issue 1099 form at the end of […]

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accounting: Where do you set year end details for client accounts

You can set this in the Advanced settings on the client’s account by going to the Gear icon > Accounts and settings > Advanced > Accounting.

 

Here, you can enter the first month of the financial and tax year, and use the feature ‘Close the Books’ to enter an end date.

 

You can […]

Resolution for 'accounting issue: 'Where do you set year end details for client accounts' available: Yes.

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accounting: Can I undo a bank statement reconciliation?

Undoing a bank statement reconciliation should be done on each transaction involve.

Here’s how:

  1. Go to Accounting from the left menu.
  2. Go to Chart of Accounts tab.
  3. Locate the account and click View register. 
  4. Change the R status to C under the check column.
  5. Repeat the changing status for every transaction.

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Resolution for 'accounting issue: 'Can I undo a bank statement reconciliation?' available: Yes.

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accounting: How Can I Match a Transfer to a Split Transaction?

The expense transaction always shows as a positive figure on the Profit and Loss report. To make sure the interest paid expenses is posted correctly, let’s review its category. I’ll be glad to help you accomplish this.

  1. Choose Accounting on the left pane.
  2. Select Chart of Accounts at the top.
  3. […]

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accounting: Is there a way to enter non-operating income or expenses in qbo? All the accounts seem to be above that line

You can create an account for non-operating income and expense. I’d be glad to walk you through the steps below.

 

Here’s how:

  1. Go to Accounting.
  2. Under Chart of Accounts, click New.
  3. Select Other Income as your Account Type. Choose Interest Earned as Detailed Type.
  4. For expense, choose Other Expense.
  5. Click Save and […]

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accounting: How to restore deleted transactions from reconciled period.

Allow me to step in for a moment and provide clarification about the action buttons showing on the Reconciliation page.

Based on the first screenshot, the Resume reconciling button will show up if you’re unable to finish the reconciliation process. While the Start reconciling button indicates the account is not yet […]

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accounting: Can I inactivate multiple accounts at one time rather than having to inactivate one at a time

Currently, we don’t have an option to inactivate multiple accounts by batch. You’ll have to manually inactivate it one at a time.

 

Here’s how:

 

  1. Click Accounting on the left pane.
  2. Select Chart of Accounts.
  3. Click the arrow beside View Register.
  4. Choose Make inactive (see the screenshot below).
  5. Select Yes to confirm.

Resolution for 'accounting issue: 'Can I inactivate multiple accounts at one time rather than having to inactivate one at a time' available: Yes.

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