I have an Invoice Payment made by E-Check that has already been deposited, but is now stuck in Payments to Deposit. How do I remove it?
Thank you for reaching out to us here on the Community page, @barbara520.
This happens when the payment is still sitting under the Undeposited Funds. To remove the payment from there, you can deposit it to the desired bank account.
For additional reference about recording and making deposits in QuickBooks Desktop, check out this article.
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Thanks for getting back here in the Community, @barbara520.
Allow me to share more information on how to remove these already deposited payments in QuickBooks Desktop (QBDT).
To remove these recorded deposited payments, you'll have to look for a category to zero the bank deposit when selecting these payments. An example is choosing a clearing account with a negative value. Then, add this clearing account to offset the bank deposit amount.
However, you'll have to seek for an accountant's advice for further assistance and making things accurate before doing anything. This way, you won't mess up your relevant transactions.
Meanwhile, I'll guide you on how to set up a clearing account:
You can refer to this article for more information about the steps above: How do I set up a clearing account in QuickBooks Desktop?.
Also, feel free to read this article about managing deposited payments in QuickBooks Desktop: How to manage deposited payments in QuickBooks Desktop?.
Please let me know if you have more questions about deleting deposited payments in QuickBooks Desktop. I'd be more than glad to help. Best regards and stay safe, @barbara520.
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