Hi there, joeliz90731.
Thank you for posting here in the QuickBooks Community.
You can follow the steps provided by my other colleague @MaryLandT to pull up the Reconciliation Discrepancy report. This way you will be able to see if there are any changes made since the last reconciliation.
If there are no changes on the report, it's possible that they were duplicate transactions. if that's the case you can remove them.
If the transactions show they were changed, you'll need to make the necessary corrections. For further assistance, I suggest consulting your accountant.
If you have to add entries or you have modified previously reconciled transactions, you can perform a mini-reconciliation.
If you have discrepancies in your reconciliation, you can refer to this article for steps to fix them: Fix Reconciliation Discrepancies.
Please know that you're always welcome to post if you have any other concerns. Wishing you and your business continued success.
I have run into this problem in both QuickBooks and Quicken (latest versions). Charges and payments both show up in credit column after downloading from financial site. Some bug in how Intuit imports the data. I've used both programs for over 20 years but this and several other issues have me considering switching to another software.
Hello there, @qablooie.
Allow me to share information about the charges and payments appearing back after downloading from your financial institution.
QuickBooks depends on the bank on what they are sending. We can exclude the transactions to remove the downloaded ones.
Excluded transactions are listed on the Excluded tab for reference or review, but are not tracked or reported as part of your business finances and don't appear in any associated account registers or reports.
For more information, about excluding transactions, please refer to this article:Exclude expenses from downloaded bank transactions.
Once you've done Excluded the transactions, we can Import web connect so that the banking transactions from your Bank website will become available in your Bank feeds.
As always, you can check this article to learn more about how to import or export info with QuickBooks Desktop: Import and export data in QuickBooks Desktop.
Feel free to post a comment below if you have other questions aside from this. I'll be around if you need me. Have a good day!
Yes, for me its rather minor, as the nature of our business, we don't have a tremendous amount of transactions. For me it's a mystery and I just go back and mark the old ones reconciled even though QB gives me that warning that it isn't proper to reconcile that way.
It is happening to me too. Transactions that were reconciled in Sep 2019 are now reappearing in reconcile list. QB is suck a [REMOVED] joke and a complete [REMOVED] nightmare.
Was this issue ever resolved? Because I experience this every single month, every single bank account. These transactions are definitely not duplicates. I always do as you suggested in one of your replies and rebuild the company file. This has always worked, but it's not right now and I have no idea what to do!
This happens when the last reconciliation was changed or deleted by other users that's why it is showing as unreconciled. You'll want to check the Audit Trail to verify if there are changes made in QuickBooks.
Once done, you can do a mini reconciliation to make the correction.
However, for those transactions that are still showing as reconciled, you can run the Reconciliation report to fix the issue: Fix Issues When You're Reconciling in QuickBooks Desktop.
You can get back to me to this thread if you need further assistance in QuickBooks. I'd be glad to help.
DITTO this has been happening to me for a year. i have been doing all the options suggested here and it is still happening. My accountant thinks i'm an idiot. However, after reading this, he finally believes me. And my random reappearing transactions go back to August of 2019.... These transactions are never the same, never just bank downloads, never a common denominator.
Two years later and it's still happening to me. just reconciled March 2020 statement and transactions from August 2019, January 2020, Feb.2020=both deposits and check payments = 10 in total, came back. I agree we all make mistakes, but I've been doing this for 25 years and I'm not making 10 mistakes every month.
I too have been experiencing the same thing. Frustrating how throughout this entire thread the QB staff repeats the SAME thing over and over, but it has not fixed this for anyone. This simply should not be happening. At least allow an exclude transaction button in the reconcile register so I don't have to keep looking at these old transactions.