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Can I undo a bank statement reconciliation?

 
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Re: Can I undo a bank statement reconciliation?

Hi there, birkes1.

 

Undoing a bank statement reconciliation should be done on each transaction involve. 


Here’s how:

  1. Go to Accounting from the left menu. 
  2. Go to Chart of Accounts tab. 
  3. Locate the account and click View register. 
  4. Change the R status to C under the check column. 
  5. Repeat the changing status for every transaction. 

For additional information, please refer to this article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Banking-and-bank-feeds/How-to-unreconcile-a-transaction-or-u...


We’re always around if you need anything else or if you have other questions. 
 

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Anonymous
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Re: Can I undo a bank statement reconciliation?

Hi there, birkes1.

 

Undoing a bank statement reconciliation should be done on each transaction involve. 


Here’s how:

  1. Go to Accounting from the left menu. 
  2. Go to Chart of Accounts tab. 
  3. Locate the account and click View register. 
  4. Change the R status to C under the check column. 
  5. Repeat the changing status for every transaction. 

For additional information, please refer to this article: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Banking-and-bank-feeds/How-to-unreconcile-a-transaction-or-u...


We’re always around if you need anything else or if you have other questions. 
 

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Re: Can I undo a bank statement reconciliation?

I just switched from desktop to online...  How do i undo the entire reconciliation???  Not transaction by transaction???  I found a youtube vidio that took me to a point where I should be able to hit the dropdown next to view report and it should give the option to print or undo...  But I ONLY see print???  How do I undo a reconciliation?  Thank you!

 

 

Anonymous
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Re: Can I undo a bank statement reconciliation?

Undoing an entire reconciliation is available in QuickBooks Online Accountant, jonnathanfrid.


If you have too many transactions, you can add or invite an accountant in your company file. You can ask them to help you undo the entire reconciliation. 


Here’s how to invite an accountant:

  1. Click the Gear icon at the top. 
  2. Select Manage User under Your Company. 
  3. Go to Accounting Firms tab. 
  4. Select Invite. 

Please reach out to us again if you need anything else. 
 

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Re: Can I undo a bank statement reconciliation?

 

 

QuickBooks Team

Re: Can I undo a bank statement reconciliation?

Yes, you can undo a reconciliation, @Midstate309!

 

If you’re currently using QuickBooks Online Accountant, you can undo your reconciliation in the new Reconcile screen by following these steps:

  1. Click the Gear icon in the upper-right hand corner.
  2. Select Reconcile.
  3. Click the Reconciliation History link in the upper-right hand part of the page.
  4. Choose the correct Account and Report period.
  5. Find the report and click the drop-down arrow beside View report.
  6. Select Undo and Yes to confirm.
  7. Click Undo and then OK.

You can refer to the Undo a reconciliation in QBOA article for detailed steps with a video.

 

On the other hand, if you're not an accountant and you’re using a different version, you'll need to manually unreconcile each transaction one at a time.

 

Here's how:

  1. Go to the Accounting tab.
  2. Under Your Company, select Chart of Accounts.
  3. Choose the account you’re working on, and click on View Register.
  4. Select the transactions you want to unreconcile.
  5. Keep on clicking the R status until it shows blank or cleared (C).
  6. Click on Save.
  7. Choose Yes in the confirmation window.

Please check out this article for more details: Clear, unclear, reconcile or unreconcile transactions

 

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