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sarab-kaur20-out
Level 1

I have connected my bank with qb but it is showing me only three months bank feeds even though i have cutomized dates for my fiscal year

 
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Trish_T
QuickBooks Team

I have connected my bank with qb but it is showing me only three months bank feeds even though i have cutomized dates for my fiscal year

Hi sarab-kaur20-out,

 

It's nice to see you in Community.  Welcome!  Connecting your bank and credit card accounts to QuickBooks Online is a valuable time saver.  It's important that you're able to update all of your transactions, so you can balance your books effortlessly.  I'd be happy to shed some light on this for you!

 

Although you can select a starting date, when connecting your accounts, some financial institutions have limitations, which may only allow 30-120 days of transactions.  When this happens, you can update historical transactions, by manually uploading them into your QuickBooks Online account in one batch.  Before getting started, I recommend making note of the last transaction in QuickBooks, to prevent duplicate entries.  Here's how;

 

1. Open your Settings ⚙ in the top right of your dashboard and select Chart of Accounts

2. Locate the account in your list and select Account History to the far right

3. Write down the date of the Last Transaction

 

Llog into your bank's website and select a date range for the transactions. Here's how;

 

1. Sign in to your bank or credit card's website.

2. Make sure the date range for the transactions according to the date of the last transaction in QuickBooks

3. Follow your bank's instructions to download your file in CSV format. 

4. Download your transactions and save the file somewhere you can easily find it.

5. Open and review the file to make sure it's in the correct format before you upload it.

 

Follow these steps to upload the transactions into QuickBooks Online:

 

1. Login to QuickBooks Online

2. Open Banking from the left menu

2. Click the blue tile for the account you're uploading the transactions into

3. Select the ▼ dropdown arrow beside Link Account and then Upload from file

4. Hit Browse and select the CSV file you downloaded from your bank, then click Next

5. From the Account ▼ dropdown, choose your account and hit Next

6. Follow the onscreen steps to match the columns on the file with the correct fields in QuickBooks and hit Next

7. Select the transactions to import and continue through the prompts

8. Choose Yes to continue

9. When you're ready, hit Let's go!

 

If you notice any duplicate entries, here's how to remove them:

 

1. From the For Review tab, checkmark the box beside all duplicated entries

2. Select Exclude from the tab that appears

Note: You can permanently delete the transactions from the Excluded tab by selecting all items and then hit Delete. This process is irreversible and any transactions deleted in error will need to be recreated manually.

 

You're ready to match and categorize your transactions. In addition, you can set up Bank Rules so QuickBooks will automatically categorize the transactions to save valuable time moving forward.

 

Here's a helpful guide for future reference, to assist with manually uploading transactions in QuickBooks Online.

 

If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to reach back out. We'd be glad to assist!


 

 

 

 

Fiat Lux - ASIA
Level 15

I have connected my bank with qb but it is showing me only three months bank feeds even though i have cutomized dates for my fiscal year

@sarab-kaur20-out 

Another option, use MT Online or one of the converter tools (e.g csv2qbo @ $60 one time license).

https://www.moneythumb.com/?ref=110

 

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