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Deposits: How do I recognize and remove duplicated deposits

How do I recognize and remove duplicated deposits

One method would be to open register view of checking and sort by amount in the deposit column.

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Deposits: We have projects lasts for months and issue the 3 invoices : 50% when contract signed, 30% when order shipped and 20% when order delivered. We also pay the vendor in progress: 50% / 50%. However, we want to record the revenue and cost at the month when contract signed and 50% deposit received. Estimates couldn’t help in this case since the estimate is not reported in balance sheet or income statement of the month. Please advise if QBO has function that supports progress invoicing.

Non refundable deposits are income when received so that is not a problem

I understand what you are wanting to do, but unless you report on accrual it can not be done.

And if you do report on accrual basis then you need to invoice for the full amount and accept a […]

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Deposits: My square income transaction report has all our paid invoices, but then there are some transactions labeled “deposit” which is the same payment taken but with the square fee subtracted causing our square income to be overstated. How do I fix this?

It looks like your Square deposits are being directly added to your register from the bank feed and not properly matched to the Square Invoice payments. Your Square invoice payments should go to Undeposited Funds first, then you make a bank deposit in QBO of all the Square Invoice payments […]

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The Deposits issue or error code is a known issue in Quickbooks Online (QBO) and/or Quickbooks. Support for this issue is available either by self-service or paid support options. Experts are available to resolve your Quickbooks issue to ensure minimal downtime and continue running your business. First try to resolve the Deposits issue yourself by looking for a resolution described in the article. If it is a complex Deposits issue or you are unable to solve the issue, you may contact us by clicking here or by using other Deposits support options.

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Deposits: Deposits / retainers

Please can you explain how the deposit function works and if this is possible:

 

1. Create a quote for a customer in the amount of $10,000

2. Customer is required to pay us a $3,000 up front payment before we commence work,  half way though and once  goods are delivered which if […]

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Deposits: Deposits

I appreciate the screenshot you provided. The From Account column in the Make Deposits screen will depend on what the money is for.

 

If it’s from a customer payment, you can choose an Income Account. If it’s for the vendor, then you can choose an Expense Account.

 

To know more about deposits, […]

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Deposits: Combining all deposits into one document

When you enter Bank Deposit, there’s no need to create a Sales Receipt. If you wish to record payments received as Sales Receipt you may need to delete the Bank Deposit that you’ve previously created.

 

Just in case you want to know when to […]

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Deposits: Why are deposits showing up in Not Specified when I run an Expenses by Vendor Summary?

I’m here to give you information about the Not Specified amount on your Expenses by Vendor Summary report.

 

The amounts under the Not Specified column are those amounts which aren’t assigned to the filter you’ve chosen in the Display columns by drop-down menu.

 

For example, if you’ve chosen Location, the amounts under […]

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Deposits: Invoices

add means just that make a new entry, so you would have two deposits

add means just that make a new entry, so you would have two deposits

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Deposits: Deposits

All you mentioned makes sense and I will, by all means, review the links you forwarded. Thank you very much!

I am going to post one more question about reports and them get to reading!!!

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Deposits: How to get my pdf invoices to show a subtotal?

Normally, the subtotal will not show on a printed or saved invoice when there are no factors (sales tax, discounts, deposits) affecting the total of the invoice. If this is the case, you have an option to add the subtotal. On the invoice, there will be an Add subtotal button. I’ve attached […]

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