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Checking account is not seen in consolidated balance sheets because it's not classed.

 
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Checking account is not seen in consolidated balance sheets because it's not classed.

Hey there, terri33. 

 

I can show you how to how to add your account as a new class, remember, it’s best to keep it simple. Too many classes can sometimes become time consuming to work with. And the more straightforward your classes are, the easier it is to understand your reports.

 

Note: Only admins in QuickBooks Plus and Advanced can create classes. If you don’t have Plus or Advanced, it’s easy to upgrade your plan once you’re ready to use class tracking.

  1. Go to Settings ⚙ and then All Lists.
  2. Select Classes.
  3. Select New. Give this class a name.
  4. To add a sub-class, select Is a sub-class and select the main class. You can nest up to five classes.
  5. Select Save

For further insight into these steps as well as additional information, check out this link: Create and manage classes in QBO

 

If you have any other questions, feel free to post below. Thank you for your time and have a nice afternoon. 

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Checking account is not seen in consolidated balance sheets because it's not classed.

I can add classes, but that's not the issue. The Checking Account in the CoA is not classed, so when I run a consolidated (3 classes) balance sheet, it doesn't populate the amount in checking.

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QuickBooks Team

Checking account is not seen in consolidated balance sheets because it's not classed.

Thanks for getting back to us, @terri33.

 

Allow me to help share information in QuickBooks.

 

Class in QuickBooks Online isn't set by an account in the Chart of Accounts it depends on the setting you've used. If you used the class as a line item, this means that the class will be consolidated on the accounts affected by the line item in the transaction.

 

While the Checking account can't be classed since it doesn't list on the line item. However, if you set the class by transaction this means that the class will be applied to all affected accounts in QuickBooks.

 

If you assign classes to your transactions, you can customize your balance sheet to show data for a specific division and know that classes are only linked to details.

 

I've added these resources that will help you manage your balance sheet by class in QuickBooks:

 

 

Please reach out to me if there is anything else I can help you with. I'll always be here to assist you.​ Have a good one.

 

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