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How can we reconcile the total number of transactions published from receipt bank (RB) with QBO to ensure that all transactions published from RB are appearing in QBO?

 
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How can we reconcile the total number of transactions published from receipt bank (RB) with QBO to ensure that all transactions published from RB are appearing in QBO?

Hi ashaer,

 

I know that having partner applications such as Receipt Bank connected to QuickBooks Online is a great option for managing your books and enhancing the options when it comes to data entry. It's awesome that you're using these two services and I appreciate wanting to make sure all your transactions are being entered into QuickBooks.

 

One option you can consider for ensuring that you have all the transactions you need is to actually reconcile the bank account. This allows you to make the comparison of QuickBooks data versus your bank's statement, which should also include the funds from the transactions in Receipt Bank. Here's how the reconcile feature works: Reconcile an account in QuickBooks Online

 

If you're not quite ready to do a full reconcile yet, another way to compare data is to run reports through the Reports tab, which you can then compare to what you've got in Receipt Bank. Something like the Transaction Detail by Account report might do the trick for you as it outlines all the transactions in your accounts. To see only specific accounts or even transaction types, you can use QuickBooks Online's report customization options to filter the information even further.

 

If that report doesn't work for you, I recommend looking through the other reports available in the Reports tab to see what you can find.

 

That should get you on your way. If you find something specific that works best for you, that's great! Feel free to share it on this thread as well in case there's anyone else in your situation who could use that information. We love seeing the ideas that users have come up with!

 

Enjoy your day. :)

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How can we reconcile the total number of transactions published from receipt bank (RB) with QBO to ensure that all transactions published from RB are appearing in QBO?

Hi ashaer,

 

I know that having partner applications such as Receipt Bank connected to QuickBooks Online is a great option for managing your books and enhancing the options when it comes to data entry. It's awesome that you're using these two services and I appreciate wanting to make sure all your transactions are being entered into QuickBooks.

 

One option you can consider for ensuring that you have all the transactions you need is to actually reconcile the bank account. This allows you to make the comparison of QuickBooks data versus your bank's statement, which should also include the funds from the transactions in Receipt Bank. Here's how the reconcile feature works: Reconcile an account in QuickBooks Online

 

If you're not quite ready to do a full reconcile yet, another way to compare data is to run reports through the Reports tab, which you can then compare to what you've got in Receipt Bank. Something like the Transaction Detail by Account report might do the trick for you as it outlines all the transactions in your accounts. To see only specific accounts or even transaction types, you can use QuickBooks Online's report customization options to filter the information even further.

 

If that report doesn't work for you, I recommend looking through the other reports available in the Reports tab to see what you can find.

 

That should get you on your way. If you find something specific that works best for you, that's great! Feel free to share it on this thread as well in case there's anyone else in your situation who could use that information. We love seeing the ideas that users have come up with!

 

Enjoy your day. :)

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