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How do I get ebills paid through my bank do not show up in quickbooks on-line?

 
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How do I get ebills paid through my bank do not show up in quickbooks on-line?

Hello there, don4.

 

I'm here to help you today, however, I need more details about your concern. Are you using a third-party application that automatically syncs your bills into QBO?

 

You can leave your reply on this thread. Thanks.

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How do I get ebills paid through my bank do not show up in quickbooks on-line?

Hello again, don4. I'm here if you still need help with this.
 
If you're using Online Bill Pay, both the bill and the payment will show up in QBO. You can refer to this article to learn more about eBills.
 
If you're referring to those transactions which are not showing in QuickBooks, please give us a call. We'll help you fix it right away.
 
I'll be right here if you need more assistance. Thanks.

 

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How do I get ebills paid through my bank do not show up in quickbooks on-line?

I don't see that this question was ever answered and I just ran into this today as well, "How do I get ebills from my subs and vendors to not automatically show up in my quickbooks on-line?"

 

I want my subs and vendors to be able to send an ebill but not post into my QBO account. I have those already coming in to my QBO account through Builder Trend and this is creating double entries.

 

Please help me to turn this off completely or tell me if there is a work around so they don't post to my account.

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How do I get ebills paid through my bank do not show up in quickbooks on-line?

Hi there, @ToddLaV

 

Thank you for posting in the Community. 

 

Sending e-bill in QuickBooks Online will show all the transactions automatically. Though, I recommend using your Builder Trend instead of e-bill to prevent any duplicate entries in QBO. You can also download the transactions from your bank and import them into QuickBooks. 

 

Here's how to import bank transaction from CSV file:

 

  1. Click the left Banking menu and select Banking.
  2. Under Update drop-down menu and select File upload.
  3. Select a Browse and choose the file you downloaded from your bank and then click Next.
  4. From the QuickBooks Account drop-down list, select the bank or credit card account then select Next.
  5. Select a Date, date format, Description, and Account. Note: You can choose 1 column or 2 columns and tap Next.
  6. Press the checkboxes of the transactions to import and hit Next.
  7. You'll be routed to a pop up message and click Yes.
  8. Select Let's go! when the Import completed notification appears.

 

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For additional information about this, I recommend the following article: Import bank transactions using Excel CSV files.

 

 If you have any other questions don't hesitate to post in the Community. We are here to help you. Take care.

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