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I'm new to QBO. I cannot find any place to set up a bank account. I want a bank account in QBO that is not connected for bank feeds just somewhere to show whats in it?

 
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ProAdvisor

There is no need for bank connect to add banking transact...

There is no need for bank connect to add banking transactions in QBO. You can manually add transactions. It's very simple.

Just create a new bank account:

Left Dashboard > Accounting > Chart of Accounts > Select NEW button at the top right corner and to add a bank account.

Once you've created a new bank account, go back to the Chart of Accounts page and select bank account in question and click "View register" under Action column. This is where you will see your Bank register with all bank related transactions. You can even manually add transactions here. Just select "Add ..." link right below Date column.

That's all!


See screenshots below for reference.


Experienced Member

Very helpful, thank you very much

Very helpful, thank you very much
QuickBooks Team

Hi dlangford222, Thanks for choosing QuickBooks Online (Q...

Hi dlangford222,

 

Thanks for choosing QuickBooks Online (QBO). I can help you add a bank account with QBO.

 

  1. In the left navigation menu, click Accounting.
  2. Click the Chart of Accounts tab at the top.
  3. Click the New drop-down.
  4. Enter the bank information, then click Save and Close.

Once done, go back to your Chart of Accounts to view these transactions.

 

Feel free to read this article for more information: Add and connect to a bank or credit card account.

 

You might want to visit our page for future reference: Getting started for QBO.

 

If you have additional questions, please drop a comment below.

Experienced Member

That wasnt the question.

That wasnt the question.
Experienced Member

Re: Hi dlangford222, Thanks for choosing QuickBooks Online (Q...

That was not the question? Does anyone actually read posts before answering?
Experienced Member

Re: Hi dlangford222, Thanks for choosing QuickBooks Online (Q...

That wasn't the question. Does anyone but a select few actually read the question before answering?