QB Issue Resolution:
Undeposited Funds is part of Banking. It is never income or expense, but money Not in the bank. You’ve taken possession of it, and are sitting on that fat envelop, for you to take to the teller at the end of the day, for example. Or, you are holding it until the banking download shows it is in Checking. Or, it is showing funds from CC sales waiting to be settled to Operation Checking, from the merchant account Provider.
So, that is never income or expense; it’s the step After sales has happened. It’s simply a Division of your total funds: some in Checking, some in the Safe, some in Petty Cash, and perhaps some In Transit (Undeposited Funds) but you are considered to have Construction Receipt = it’s technically Yours, already.
Never confuse Banking and Income. The Banking is Cash Flow, but not income or expense.
Resolution for Issue 'Undeposited Funds and Statement of Cash Flow' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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