Re: I think there is a bug in my reconciliation register. How can I resolve the issue of previous...
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.
Click the Lists button, then Chart of Accounts.
Choose the appropriate bank account.
Locate and right click the duplicate transaction, then choose Delete Check or Deposit.
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.
Re: There is a definitely a bug on this especially when you d...
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.
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.
Go to Banking from the left menu.
On the Banking page, select the For Review tab.
Select the checkboxes of the transactions to exclude.
From the Batch actions drop-down, choose Exclude Selected.
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.