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journal entries: Dear all, May i asking about the journal entries and the expense in QBO. ex. $135 Expense Bank cheque pay for Name Card company. should i only entry in expense ? or journal entry? or both? is it duplicate if input both? Thank you.

Hello, kenny513.

 

Anything you purchase with a debit card, credit card, bank transfer or online payment is called an expense in QuickBooks. You can check this article to learn more about this transaction: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Income-and-expenses/Know-more-about-the-expenses-page/m-p/18….

 

While Journal Entry is also a way of recording transaction. However, it doesn’t affect […]

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The journal entries 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 journal entries issue yourself by looking for a resolution described in the article. If it is a complex journal entries issue or you are unable to solve the issue, you may contact us by clicking here or by using other journal entries support options.

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journal entries: I just migrated to QBO and I know that QB Desktop allowed the capability to upload JE’s but I am not finding where in QBO to do this. What am I missing?

At this time, uploading Journal Entries is not supported in QBO, Amar.

 

I’d suggest looking for a third-party app that can help you do this task. Just visit our App Center by opening this website in your browser: https://apps.intuit.com/app/apps/home.

 

QuickBooks Online is constantly evolving, and we roll out updates […]

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journal entries: Entered a lot of deposits as journal entries – not deposits – can I somehow transfer them? Or do I need to delete the journal entries and re-enter? I am new to QB. My bank only transferred back through June. So I entered by hand Jan-May… through the check register… but I guess it went in as a journal entry. But now I need to go back through each deposit and add customer payments…. not allowing me to do that in the journal entry. I am hoping there is a way to transfer? I was going to do a bank rec. and see, but my archived statements don’t have beginning or ending balances. Also ran a PNL and some of the transactions are there, some are not. Do I need to restart? Delete journal entries?

You can’t change a journal enter in to a customer payment & deposit.

You can delete the journal entries & re-enter them correctly.

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journal entries: I have no experience by making journal entries . My question would be : if I have 60 transactions with diferent dates Can I register all of them in one journal entrie or I have to register in 60 journal entries?

Answer 1: Hello Mary thanks for answer to my question, but I am still in doubt, because if  you put the 60 transactions under one journal entry that has only one date,H the system del with the other 59 without dates, because the 60 transactions I mention has diferent dates […]

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journal entries: How do I post yearend adjusting journal entries in prior yearend.

as long as you had the subscription, just enter the journal entry and back date it.  you can not make entries dated before you started the subscription

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journal entries: where to check journal entries made?

To check journal entries made in the past, here are the steps you need to follow:

1. Click the + icon and select Journal Entry under Other.

2. It’ll open up a new journal entry form.

3. On the top left corner of the new journal entry form, you’ll to see a Clock […]

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