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Any transactions added from the banking screen can be undone, which would post them back to the "For review" section. After that, when you disconnect the bank account, all transactions from the "For review" and "Excluded" sections will be deleted. Here are the steps how to undo transactions and disconnect your bank card:
Click on Banking
Click on "In QuickBooks" tab in the middle of your screen
If there are any transactions there, tick the little box front of "Date" to select them all
Click on Undo on the top left of the list (this will put all transactions back to the For review section)
On the top of the banking screen you'll find a blue bank card, in the top right corner of that card, click on the little pencil icon
Click on Edit account info
A little box with account information will open up, tick the box front of "Disconnect this account on save"
Hit Save and close
As mentioned above this will delete all transactions from the Banking screen. In case the chart of account had any transactions added manually to it, it may still have those linked. To delete a chart of account you will have to take its balance down to zero, and get rid off the transactions linked to it. Please follow these steps to delete the chart of account:
Click on Accounting on the left hand-side menu
Make sure Chart of account is chosen on the top tabs
Look for your bank account
Click Account history on the right hand-side
If it displays any transactions, you'll have to click on the transactions, and either edit them, changing the bank or cash account on them, or delete them if they were irrelevant
Once there are no transactions left on the account, click on Accounting again
Click on the little arrow next to "Account history"
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Thank you for your query! Recording a 100% VAT expense can be a bit tricky in QuickBooks, but don't worry, we have a a step-by-step guide on how to record it. Please follow these steps: 1, Click on the + sign and choose Expense 2, Either choose a payee or leave that box empty 3, On the first line of the expense choose any of your Expense accounts 4, For the amount enter a pound (1) and choose 20% S as your VAT code 5, On the second line choose the same expense account 6, For the amount, enter minus a pound (-1) and choose No VAT as a VAT code 7, The total of the expense will show as 0 8, Under the Subtotal box the VAT box become editable 9, Enter the desired VAT amount into the VAT box and save the expense 10, This will create a 100% VAT transaction
This transaction will show in Box 4 on your VAT returns.
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