Thank you for posting in the Community, @lydbrewer.
Since QB had you, made journal entries (JE) to reverse the paycheck you wrote from a wrong bank account, reconcile the JE instead of the paychecks. The paychecks were adjusted using the JE that serves as the correct payroll reflected in QBO. That's why you were unable to reconcile the paychecks.
If you have specific questions about your JE, you can reach out to your accountant.
For more info about manually entering and tracking accounts in payroll using a journal entry, refer to this article: Manually enter payroll paychecks in QuickBooks Online.
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How do I correct it in QB if I wrote the check from the wrong bank account? The checks are showing in the other bank register but the bank feed brought in the checks. I am concerned that this will mess up the tax liabilities if I reconcile from the bank feed.
Thanks for joining the conversation, @Ginny4.
You can correct the posting account of the check recorded in QuickBooks by opening the transaction. Here's how:
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I’ve got you covered, @Lyndi2020.
I'm happy to see you here in the Community. Let me share some information concerning incorrect payroll checks.
If you followed the recommendations stated above, let the payroll checks remain in your books as the basis for why you’ve created those corrections within the program. QuickBooks Online needs and keeps this entry to make sure records are accurate and intact.
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Don't hesitate to drop a comment below if you need more help with payroll. I'll be around to help. Take care always.