Thanks for posting here, ,
While the online banking integration for Cash App transactions is currently unavailable, you'll have to import the transactions manually. You can also use a third-party app to import the transactions in between.
To avoid any issues when importing bank entries, use a CSV file and map the transactions properly. The stepsbelow will guide you through the process.
Create the CSV file using any of these two worksheet format. See this:
Once done, import bank transactions using a spreadsheet. The steps are simple and easy, refer to them below:
I'm adding a few related articles below to guide you further with the process:
Kindly update me with the result. I want to make sure the entries are imported and I'll be right here if you need anything else. Have a great rest of the day!
Thank you for replying!
This is very helpful, but I have a CSV file from CashApp. When I upload it, it only allows the first 4 years of transactions, but nothing from 2020. When I attempt to edit this file to only contain 2020 dates via Google Sheets, it is no longer accepted. Is there a step that I am missing or a way that I need to format CSV file?
Hello thank you for replying. I have obtained a CSV file from CashApp, but as I upload it to QB, only the first 4 years are gathered, excluding 2020. As I edit the CSV via Google Sheets (only containing 2020 dates), the file is not accepted by QB. Is there a step that I'm missing or a way to make this work?
Hi there, info-renaissance.
Thank you for coming back here to QuickBooks Community. I also appreciate you for sharing detailed information about what you've done and the result of this.
As mentioned above, you'll have to import the entries manually or use a third-party app to import the transactions since integration for Cash App transactions is currently unavailable. Since you've confirmed that you already edited the CSV via Google Sheets and if you already follow the proper mapping of entries shared above but the issue persists, I suggest contacting our QuickBooks Support Team. They have the tools to check your account and investigate the cause of the issue. They can also offer further help and share another step to ensure that you can import your entries in QuickBooks Self Employed.
For additional information on how you can contact them, you can click this article: Contact QuickBooks Self-Employed Support.
Please refer to this article to see steps on how you can enter sales income and expenses manually in QBSE: Manually add transactions in QuickBooks Self-Employed.
You can also check this article to see different information on how QBSE is designed to help you record your self-employed income and expenses, track mileage, and prepare your Schedule C: QuickBooks Self-Employed Overview.
Please note that you can always post again here in QuickBooks Community if you still have a further concern about transactions. I'm always here to help.