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Ap aging report not tie with balance sheet

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Ap aging report not tie with balance sheet

Thank you for posting, palicet0103.


You may be using a different report period date that’s why your AP Aging report isn’t tied with your Balance Sheet. Also, you’ll need to check if you’re using the same accounting method for both reports. The amounts may differ if you're using a cash or accrual method.


You can also refer to this link for additional information: Fix a Balance Sheet that is out of balance.


If it’s giving you the same result. I’d suggest using the Verify/Rebuild tool. This will help you verify and resolve if there are any data issues within your company file.

Here’s how to Verify your Data.

  1. Open QuickBooks and then Click File.
  2. On the dropdown select Utilities.
  3. Click Verify.
  4. Then click Ok on the window pop up.


Once done, you can now Rebuild your Data.

  1. Click on File.
  2. Click on Utilities and then select Rebuild Data.
  3. If the application displays a warning message for backing up the file, click on OK.
  4. The application will then display Rebuild has completed, click OK.
  5. Then run Verify Data to check for the remaining data damage.


For your future reference, click this link for Advance troubleshooting for balance sheets out of balance


Should you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us. Have a nice day!

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