Good job on starting the reconciliation process in QBO. I'll be happy to share more information about this.
QuickBooks Online allows you to delete any unwanted transactions and I'll show you how. First, it's important to note that when you delete, you permanently erase a transaction and its trace from your books. The only place you can check some details of a deleted transaction is on the Audit Log. There are some transactions that you can’t void, such as estimates, bills, deposits, supplier credit, purchase orders, delayed charges, and delayed credits. But you can delete all types of transactions. Here's how:
Void or delete transactions
If you had to delete or void a previously reconciled transaction, find out how to bring your reconciliation back to balance. I highly recommend reaching out to your accountant if it's okay to delete the transactions in order to avoid any discrepancies in the future. Otherwise, feel free to ask questions. I'll be on standby. :)
thank you so much!
yes, i will delete those unrelated or duplicated, or those which are not happened in this month.
found some are duplicated transactions, some duplicates are caused by transactions I recorded before and added too when doing reviewing.
I see what you're saying. I'm glad I was able to help. Let me know if you have other questions. I'll be one message away.
I think we cannot delete those transactions in the list of reconcile. because some may happen in next month? right? example, i create a check at end of July, when doing reconcile for July, it is in my list, even i did not tick it, but i might tick it during the reconcile of August,. right ?
But i can delete some unrelated when doing reviewing in banking.
You should not delete any valid transactions. Some transactions remain in your list simply because they have not yet cleared the bank. Those transactions must stay. You can delete older transactions that are duplicates or mistakes, but if you want any continuity in your bank reconciliations, even this is not a good idea.
Deletion of transactions going back into prior periods will render all of your bank reconciliation balances as now incorrect. A better solution might be to just create a reversing transaction for each incorrect transaction in your register, and then reconcile them against each other in your next bank rec.