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My data is messed up into each accounts after passing entries through Journal. I am using trial version of QBO How can I resolve this issue?

 
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QuickBooks Team

My data is messed up into each accounts after passing entries through Journal. I am using trial version of QBO How can I resolve this issue?

Hello there, msaiyad7,

 

You have the option to reverse or modify those entries you've already recorded in QuickBooks Online.

 

You can reverse the journal entry If you need to properly allocate a transaction between two accounting periods. 

  1. Go to the Gear ⚙️ icon at the right top, the pick Chart of Accounts.
  2. Locate the appropriate account for the transaction.
  3. From the Action column, select View register.
  4. Select the journal entry and select Edit.
  5. In the transaction window, select Reverse.
  6. A new entry is created with the original Entry no. followed by an R, dated the first day of the month following the original transaction, and the original transaction's Debit and Credit amounts reversed. All other information, such as the Account, Name, and Description for each distribution line, remains the same as in the original transaction.
  7. Select Save and close or Save and new.

On the other hand, if the entry was created by mistake, you can delete it.

  1. Go to the Gear ⚙️ icon at the right top, the pick Chart of Accounts.
  2. Locate the appropriate account for the transaction.
  3. From the Action column, select View register.
  4. Select the journal entry and select Delete.
  5. Click Yes to confirm that you want to delete the transaction.

If not, you can delete your data and start over with your books to have fresh information in QuickBooks Online. Then, create a journal entry.

 

Feel free to click the Reply button if there's anything else you need. I'm always around to help you out.

 

Thank you and stay safe!

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Level 15

My data is messed up into each accounts after passing entries through Journal. I am using trial version of QBO How can I resolve this issue?

@msaiyad7 

If you have to open a new QBO account, make sure to click the Buy button to get the discounted price for up to 6 months. If you purchase from the trial account, you have to pay the regular price.

https:// quickbooks.grsm.io/US

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QuickBooks Team

My data is messed up into each accounts after passing entries through Journal. I am using trial version of QBO How can I resolve this issue?

Hello there, msaiyad7,

 

You have the option to reverse or modify those entries you've already recorded in QuickBooks Online.

 

You can reverse the journal entry If you need to properly allocate a transaction between two accounting periods. 

  1. Go to the Gear ⚙️ icon at the right top, the pick Chart of Accounts.
  2. Locate the appropriate account for the transaction.
  3. From the Action column, select View register.
  4. Select the journal entry and select Edit.
  5. In the transaction window, select Reverse.
  6. A new entry is created with the original Entry no. followed by an R, dated the first day of the month following the original transaction, and the original transaction's Debit and Credit amounts reversed. All other information, such as the Account, Name, and Description for each distribution line, remains the same as in the original transaction.
  7. Select Save and close or Save and new.

On the other hand, if the entry was created by mistake, you can delete it.

  1. Go to the Gear ⚙️ icon at the right top, the pick Chart of Accounts.
  2. Locate the appropriate account for the transaction.
  3. From the Action column, select View register.
  4. Select the journal entry and select Delete.
  5. Click Yes to confirm that you want to delete the transaction.

If not, you can delete your data and start over with your books to have fresh information in QuickBooks Online. Then, create a journal entry.

 

Feel free to click the Reply button if there's anything else you need. I'm always around to help you out.

 

Thank you and stay safe!

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Level 15

My data is messed up into each accounts after passing entries through Journal. I am using trial version of QBO How can I resolve this issue?

@msaiyad7 

If you have to open a new QBO account, make sure to click the Buy button to get the discounted price for up to 6 months. If you purchase from the trial account, you have to pay the regular price.

https:// quickbooks.grsm.io/US

https:// quickbooks.grsm.io/us-promo

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