Hello there, richwrightconstr,
I'm here to ensure there will be no duplicate transactions in your register.
It's possible that there's a manual deposit and at the same time, a downloaded banking deposit has been added to your bank.
If you have downloaded the deposits from your financial institution, QuickBooks categorizes the transactions as spent or received depending on how the data are shared by the bank.
You can undo the deposit and match it to the manually existing entry to avoid duplicates.
To manually match the transactions:
The system moves the transactions you matched from the For Review tab to the In QuickBooks tab and marked as matched.
Please refer to this article for additional information: How to add and match downloaded banking transactions.
By following the solution above, the duplicate payments in the register will no longer show.
Let me know if you're referring to something else by leaving a comment below.
I also appreciate if you can attach screenshots so I can get a better picture of the issue. I'm always around if you need help.
Hello, I have the same problem but we don't have our bank connected. I deleted a transaction and now when I try to add it again (changing some of the details), it posts as a deposit accurately, but at the very same time also posts as a payment. This is causing my balance to be negative, when the correct balance should be positive.
Hello there, wiss22.
If it's an invoice payment and deposited under Undeposited funds, it will really create two transactions in your register. If not, you may need to review those transactions posting as payments.
After checking them and found out that it's an incorrect one, you can delete them. Here's how:
If you have any other questions, you can always post again here anytime.