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Bank Reconciliation

Need a little help here,  this has happened more than once.  When I delete a transaction or void it, it keeps showing up when I go to reconcile the bank account?

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Best answer March 12, 2019

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QuickBooks Team

Bank Reconciliation

I appreciate you bringing this situation to my attention, @Cedarrun.

 

Allow me to share some resources on how voiding or deleting a transaction impacts your reconciled account.

 

There are instances that you need to void the check payments or deposits recorded in the system due to some issues (for example, check was not received by the vendor). 

  • If you opt to void the transaction, it will only change the amount of the original transaction to zero (0.00). However, it will still show a record of the transaction in QuickBooks.
  • On the other hand, deleting a transactions completely removes the transaction in the system as if it never happens. If you're deleting a bill or customer payment, it will cause the bill(s) or invoice(s) paid to return to an unpaid status.

For additional insights, you may check out these articles:

Let me know how it works on your end. I'm always here to help if you have other questions about the reconciliation process in QuickBooks Desktop.

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QuickBooks Team

Bank Reconciliation

I appreciate you bringing this situation to my attention, @Cedarrun.

 

Allow me to share some resources on how voiding or deleting a transaction impacts your reconciled account.

 

There are instances that you need to void the check payments or deposits recorded in the system due to some issues (for example, check was not received by the vendor). 

  • If you opt to void the transaction, it will only change the amount of the original transaction to zero (0.00). However, it will still show a record of the transaction in QuickBooks.
  • On the other hand, deleting a transactions completely removes the transaction in the system as if it never happens. If you're deleting a bill or customer payment, it will cause the bill(s) or invoice(s) paid to return to an unpaid status.

For additional insights, you may check out these articles:

Let me know how it works on your end. I'm always here to help if you have other questions about the reconciliation process in QuickBooks Desktop.

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