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ginanguyendenton
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When 1st creating the company profile, under "Company Start Date" should I enter the actual company start date or just when I would like to start using Quickbooks?

 
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IntuitNina
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When 1st creating the company profile, under "Company Start Date" should I enter the actual company start date or just when I would like to start using Quickbooks?

Hello ginanguyendenton,

Welcome to Intuit Community!

The Company Start Date in QuickBooks is an arbitrary date that they can use as the starting point of tracking their accounting information in QB, and doesn't necessarily have to be the start date of the company. We still do recommend to discuss this with your accountant.

Please feel free to let me know if you have any other concerns.

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IntuitNina
Level 3

When 1st creating the company profile, under "Company Start Date" should I enter the actual company start date or just when I would like to start using Quickbooks?

Hello ginanguyendenton,

Welcome to Intuit Community!

The Company Start Date in QuickBooks is an arbitrary date that they can use as the starting point of tracking their accounting information in QB, and doesn't necessarily have to be the start date of the company. We still do recommend to discuss this with your accountant.

Please feel free to let me know if you have any other concerns.

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papalees
Level 1

When 1st creating the company profile, under "Company Start Date" should I enter the actual company start date or just when I would like to start using Quickbooks?

how do i manually enter bank statements

 

AldrinS
QuickBooks Team

When 1st creating the company profile, under "Company Start Date" should I enter the actual company start date or just when I would like to start using Quickbooks?

I've got you covered, papalees.

 

We have just the steps that'll help enter your bank transactions. Let me walk you through the process:

 

Enter bank transactions

  1. From the Banking menu, choose Chart of Accounts.
  2. Double-click the bank account to open its register.
  3. Enter the necessary details for the following fields: Date, NumberPayeeAccountPayment or Deposit.
  4. Click Record and repeat these steps for the other transactions.

That should do it. You'll be all set with your bank statement transactions after following these steps.

 

Please let me know if you need further assistance with this, or if there's anything else I can help you with. Have a great day!

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