It's great to learn you're using QuickBooks to help streamline the reconciliation process. I'll be happy to provide more details and make sure you're on the right track. QuickBooks makes it easy to keep an eye on your transactions and I'd like to make sure you experience this benefit among many others.
Based on what you've described, I encourage you to check out the following article that shows you how to Find, review, and edit transactions in account registers. The article also shows you how to edit transactions that are already reconciled. Let me know if the steps in the article help you achieve your QuickBooks goals.
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When needing to correct the type of transaction you'd need to delete the one that was made incorrectly. This can be done by pulling up the transaction and selecting delete from the drop down menu under the action column. The reason for this is transactions would go to the correct account based on the type it is. For example if you entered it as a bank payment but it was really made by credit card the funds would be coming out of your banking account in the chart of accounts instead of going to the credit card account.
Once you delete the transaction you can recreate it using the same information but with the correct accounts.
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I performed all the changes in the manner you suggest and all the values in the bank registry are what they need to be to add up to the correct reconciled value in the reconciliation reports but I still cannot reconcile the next month because of.
Your beginning balance is off by -$5,310.00. We can help you fix it.
I did make some changes in reconciled months but replaced the faulty charges with the same amount of a different type.
How do I undo a reconciliation so that I can reconcile again.
This article tells me that I should find Undo in the action menu of the account history. Apparently, I need to run in accountant mode but the screen opened with the settings sprocket in the top right tells me that I am in Accountant View. How can I get to the Undo so I can reconcile?
Thanks for reaching back out. QuickBooks Online provides the versatility you need to successfully reach your daily bookkeeping goals. I'll be happy to provide some insight here so you're on the right track.
In situations where you need to unreconcile your transactions, it's best to reach out to your accountant. Only an accountant will have access to the required elements to unreconcile transactions. This would be why you don't see the Undo option as indicated in the article you've provided. The account will need to be unreconciled back to a time when the ending balance was correct, so you can continue with the following months in sequence for a positive outcome. Changes made to transactions after an account has been reconciled will impact your books negatively and is not recommended. If you don't have an accountant we can help you locate one in your area by following this link.
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Hi robgmiller. If you're using QuickBooks Online Accountant you can unreconcile your transactions in bulk as opposed to doing it one-by-one in QuickBooks Online. If you have access to the Accountant version of QuickBooks Online, I encourage you to check out this helpful article here that shows you how unreconcile in bulk. Feel free to keep me posted on how you make out. I'll be here.