I have just started setting up and connected by bank account. It is showing my business payments/expenses as incoming payments and my business/client invoice payments received as a negative or outgoing. Any idea how I change that to swap it over?
Thanks for dropping by the Community space, @NinaVA.
When connecting for the first time, QuickBooks pulls as much of your transactions as possible. The amount of data and how they’re classified depends entirely on the bank.
For me to check if there’s currently a reported issue regarding the entries showing in reverse, can you tell me the name of the financial institution?
Meanwhile, let’s exclude the downloaded transactions. Here’s how:
For more details, take a look at this article: Exclude or delete transactions.
Once done, you can manually upload your bank entries to QBO using a CSV format. Export them from the bank and save it on your computer.
Follow these steps to import the file:
I’m adding this article for reference: Import transactions from other sources.
Let me know how everything goes and if you have additional concerns. I’m here to keep helping. Have an awesome day!
Its ANZ bank. I have no idea why it would read the opposite way when importing over automatically...seems strange to me.
I will have to do this manually as you suggest later on when I have some time. Hopefully it's not too painful! :)
We appreciate your patience on this. This was brought to our attention for ANZ transactions and quickly actioned by our engineers and this issue has already been fixed this morning. We truly apologise for the inconvenience.
Moving forward all transactions will now be on the correct debit and credit columns.
For the transactions that are already downloaded though, you need to exclude them and import a csv file like what was mentioned on the previous response. To help make this a better experience for you to create the csv file and import and map the fields in QBO, here's a great article which also has screenshots and easy to follow step by step instructions.
Please let us know if you have further questions regarding this. Cheers!